|The Storm Meister's Tropical Weather and High Seas Reports|
Tropical Weather and High Seas Forecast for Week of Saturday, October 12 thru Friday October 18 2019
Just a few twitches in the maritime atmosphere. We cover newly minted SubTropical Storm Melissa in the Atlantic. On the Eastern Pacific front, disturbance Invest 96e looks like it may turn into another coast hugger by the middle to end of the period
Max expected seas are about 22 feet.
NO CURRENT STORMS
ATLANTIC/CARIBBEAN/GULF OF MEXICO
Melissa is one of those storms that sits still and continues for days to broaden its footprint. Fortunately, Melissa doesn’t have tropical characteristics, so it is not growing much in magnitude, but check out the size of the wind shadow. Melissa’s effects stretch from Virginia to the Canadian Maritimes, which means its waves are likely to be felt by New York and Boston cruise departures as well as those on "leaf peeping" voyages this week.
IF YOU BOOKED YOUR CRUISE WITH US, AND YOU’RE SAILING THIS WEEK, YOUR SHIP’S POSITION FOR EACH DAY IS PLOTTED ON THAT DAY’S WAVE MAPS