Coastal Marine Zone Forecasts by the Mobile, AL Forecast Office
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**ATTENTION! The marine zones for WFO Mobile changed on December 5, 2017.
Clicking on the map below will take you to NWS Mobile's Marine Weather webpage where you can get forecast and warning information for the new zones**
Click here to see the text forecasts for each of Weather Forecast Office Mobile's marine zones.
Click here to view Weather Forecast Office Mobile's marine webpage.
The zones which have changed are:
COASTAL WATERS FORECAST which includes the synopsis and all these zones
Choctawhatchee Bay (GMZ635), Coastal Waters From Destin to Pensacola FL Out 20 NM (GMZ655), and the Coastal Waters From Destin to Pensacola FL 20 to 60 NM (GMZ675).
Choctawhatchee Bay (GMZ635) is now split into two zones, Western Choctawhatchee Bay (GMZ635) and Eastern Choctawhatchee Bay (GMZ636). The dividing line is the Okaloosa and Walton county line.
For zone GMZ655 , the eastern boundary now extends further eastward to the Okaloosa and Walton county line and the new name of the zone is...Coastal Waters from the Okaloosa and Walton county line to Pensacola FL out to 20 nm.
For zone GMZ675 , the eastern boundary now extends further eastward to the Okaloosa and Walton county line and the new name of the zone is...Coastal Waters from the Okaloosa and Walton county line to Pensacola FL from 20 to 60 nm out.
SPECIAL MARINE WARNING(s) and
MARINE WEATHER STATEMENT(s)
for these zones
MARINE WEATHER MESSAGE
for these zones
SURF ZONE FORECAST
NDFD MARINE GRAPHICS
for these zones from which the text forecasts are generated
for these areas
Coastal Waters Forecasts are subdivided by zone, each identified by text description and a Universal
Generic Code (UGC). The different colors used in the map above have no meaning and are only intended to assist in differentiating the zones.
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