| Cook Inlet Sea Ice Analysis
||Aids ships navigating the ice-covered waters of
Cook Inlet and into the Port of Anchorage
| Sea Ice Analysis
||Sea ice conditions for the waters surrounding
| Atlantic and Pacific High Wind and Associated Seas
||Depicts areas of strong winds and associated seas
over large parts of the Atlantic and Pacific.
Issued outside the hurricane season.
| Sea Ice Advisory
||Provides analysis, forecast, and climatological
information pertaining to sea ice in the waters
| Five Day Sea Ice Forecast
||Forecast sea ice conditions over the waters
surrounding Alaska valid at the day five period.
| Alaskan Sea Surface Temperature Analysis
||Sea surface temperature analysis for the waters
| Coastal Waters Forecast Product
||Provides marine weather information over the
coastal waters - generally from the coastline out
to between 20 and 60 miles from the coastline
| Coded Marine Forecast
||Provides an abbreviated version of the Coastal
| Nearshore Forecast (NSH)
||The NSH describes forecast conditions including
any event-driven marine hazards occurring or
expected to occur over the Great Lakes nearshore
waters for a 48 hour forecast period.
| Surface Analysis
||A graphical product depicting of significant
surface features over the Atlantic and Pacific
Ocean Basins north of 15 degrees north. Features
such as the location of high and low pressure
systems, frontal positions, and the analyzed
locations of any existing Tropical Cyclones are
| NAVTEX Forecast
||The NAVigational TEXt (NAVTEX) product is issued
exclusively for the U.S. Coast Guard NAVTEX
radio-teletype transmitters and receipt of those
mariners equipped with NAVTEX receivers. The
product contains marine forecasts and warnings.
| Marine Weather Discussion (MWD)
||Plain language free text discussion of computer
model trends which focuses on expected wind and
sea conditions. The MWD is used as a
coordination vehicle among the national centers
and coastal Weather Forecast Offices.