Weather Routing, Inc. (WRI) port/site forecasts are designed to provide
up-to-date weather forecast data which is displayed in a clear/concise
and easy to read manner. WRI's Forecasts alert you 48 to 72 hours ahead of any threatening weather conditions.
Whether it be high winds, heavy swell, flooding, snow, or ice, our forecasts give you advanced warning so that you
can make the necessary preparations for bad weather.
WRI's team of experienced meteorologists specializes in marine and coastal weather forecasting
and analysis and are available for consultation 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Unlike local
government sources, forecasts are tailored for your specific location and customized to meet your
specific needs and weather situation.
Additionally, access to WRI's Dolphin Website is included with our forecasting service,
and provides access to a suite of weather related tools and data, including graphical forecast maps out to 180 hours for
winds/seas and pressure, visibility, precipitation, detailed tropical analysis and forecasts, radar and satellite imagery, and more.
WRI's team of experienced Tropical Meteorologists have been forecasting, analyzing, and monitoring Tropical systems for over 50 years.
WRI maintains constant surveillance of the tropical regions of the world,
issuing daily tropical summaries for all the seasonally active major ocean
basins with all of your affected port/sites listed.
If an area is suspect for tropical development, WRI classifies the system as a "tropical low", and issues
forecast positions and intensity - often 2-3 days ahead of government agencies. This additional lead time
is critical for the safety of your port/site. WRI's tropical advisories are provided in addition to our forecasts.
Tropical Threat Monitoring
Vessel's are monitored for any tropical threat several days in advance.
Analysis of all officially classified tropical systems.
Pre-classify systems as Tropical Lows usually 2-3 days before government agencies.
Daily Tropical Summaries for seasonally active basins with your affected ports/sites itemized.
WRI's Heavy Weather Alerts includes constant monitoring of your location of interest for ANY heavy weather events.
In the case of an expected heavy weather event, WRI sends a Heavy Weather Alert
as an e-mail or text message to any number of recipients at your company, with a list of active watches and warnings issued by local
governments, along with additional information provided by WRI if necessary.
Sample Heavy Weather Alert
First Southeast Pacific Subtropical Cyclone on Record
On the week of May 6, 2018, the formation of a subtropical cyclone was spotted off the coast of ChileRead more...