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Melinda Hinojosa

Marine Services Meteorologist
Ph: 817.978.1100 x107
 
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The danger, and how to protect yourself

 Marine Weather Support  
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Operation BoatSmart.  It's crucial for people in boats to WEAR their life jackets.   It's not the life jacket that saves lives, it's wearning them that saves lives.  Keeping your life jacket "handy" is like saying you'll buckle your seat belt when you see a crash coming.  Additionally, the life vests nowadays are very sporty looking.

 

Do you have a Marine question?  If so, here is a repository of marine related questions and answers that may be helfpul.

Mariners Weather Log (MWL)

National Data Buoy Center (NDBC)

National Marine NWS website

Coastal Storms Initiative, which is going on in the WFO Jacksonville area.

Article from MWL about how VOS Observations are used at the Tropical Predication Center (TPC) / National Hurricane Center (NHC).

Voluntary Observing Ship Program (VOS)
Port Meteorological Officers - Meet your PMO! Spend the day with your closest PMO and learn what they do. Those ship observations sure come in handy while making your marine forecast!
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