Gran Sur

Weather forecast  02-feb-15
Meteo FEB 2, 2015 06:29

Weather forecast 02-feb-15

Two storms leaving the tropics are expected to combine into one
very intense storm over the next 36 hours. Both Cheminees Poujoulat and
Neutrogena are expected to be directly impacted by this system as it
crosses their course as it moves south between 95E-100E tomorrow. They are
likely to encounter winds up to storm force and swells over 8m from
tomorrow through Thursday. GAES Centros Auditivos and Renault Captur remain glued to the edge of the
exclusion zone while high pressure keeps winds very light just to the north
of their positions. We are Water has successfully navigated through a through southeast of Port
Elizabeth. Meanwhile, the remainder of the fleet continues to make progress
in a narrow band of favorable winds just north of the Ice Exclusion Zone
south of the Cape of Good Hope.

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Weather forecast 18 FEB 2015
Meteo FEB 18, 2015 05:59

Weather forecast 18 FEB 2015

Race leader Cheminees Poujoulat is in a full Southern Ocean gale, while the following three boats are experiencing fresh following winds from the southwest. Renault Captur will gradually fall out of these winds later today. We Are Water is slowed by a high pressure system to its north. Fortunately, fresher breezes are arriving from the west as the high weakens and shifts east. 

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Weather forecast 23 February
Meteo FEB 23, 2015 05:42

Weather forecast 23 February

High pressure southeast of NZ continues to keep a very narrow and tricky lane of passage just north of the Ice Exclusion zone for We Are Water and One Planet, One Ocean & Pharmaton. The rest of the active fleet are in mainly strong, southern Ocean winds and large seas.

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