Water fans and enthusiasts will now enjoy tailored forecasts, as AccuWeather reveals its newest series of forecasts specifically for marine weather, Marine Weather™ by AccuWeather.
These forecasts can be essential for those typically out on the water, including boaters, fishers, sailors and surfers, as they include pertinent information regarding water currents, wind speeds, tides, sea surface temperatures and more.
"Fishermen, sailors, surfers and water activity fans of all kinds will appreciate our real-time, accurate, marine weather forecasts," said Jim Candor, AccuWeather chief strategy officer. "They can use our specialized forecasts to check for specific conditions that might impede, or even endanger their leisure time on the water and at the shore."
Marine Weather by AccuWeather became a possibility after AccuWeather acquired the website and applications from its original creator Bluefin Engineering.
The new forecasts are available now online, in the Apple App store, Google Play and on multiple applications.
These marine forecasts currently cover the entire United States, including all the coastal regions, Europe and Australia. Future plans include expansion into Asia.
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