Parte del 16/03/2015

El líder de la regata, el Cheminees Poujoulat,ha alcanzado el límite norte de los alisios, hacia una cuña anticiclónica que se extiende aproximadamente a lo largo de la latitud 25 N. Está ahora abriéndose camino ciñendo alrededor de la periferia de la zona de poco viento bajo la cuña.

El Neutrogena y el GAES Centros Auditivos están cruzando las calmas ecuatoriales y se están abriendo camino hacia los alisios del NE del hemisferio norte. El Neutrogena puede oler ese viento ahora, pero los alisios se han vuelto más ligeros y más cerrado que cuando pasó el líder de la regata.

El One Planet, One Ocean & Pharmaton y el We Are Water están bastante al este, navegando hacia el Norte en la longitud 25 O en busca de alisios consistentes. Esto podría ser difícil para ellos durante los próximos dos días, ya wue las condiciones parecen bastante ligeras en su ruta.

El Renault Captur navega en una ruta más oeste para ascender por el Atlántico, pero tiene viento muy cambiante e inestable. El Spirit of Hungary debe pasar el cabo de Hornos hoy, perseguido por una fuerte borrasca del Sur ue se aproxima rápido por el Oeste.

Meteo MAR. 16, 2015 07:22

*** SYNOPSIS ***
00Z MONDAY (16-MAR-2015)
1)    Deep low pressure (950mb) at 60S/83W with a front wrapping out of the
low to Cape Horn then northwest to 40S/87W.
2)    Broad NW flow off the southern Argentinian coast and across the
Falkland Islands.
3)    High pressure (1024mb) near 45S/35 with a ridge extending east along
45S to 50W. This high is moving east.
4)    A stationary front north of the high from 43S/27W to 39S?41W to Buenos
Aires.
5)    A weak trough zone lies across 24S, with a wide band of light winds
approximately 1-2 deg latitude either side of the tough.
6)    E’ly trade winds start north of 21S, tending E to SE north of 13S.
7)    The southern Doldrums boundary around 02S, with the northern boundary
near the Equator. NE trade will be moderate in the north Atlantic
between 05N and 30N, with the Atlantic high (1029mb) located near
34N/39W.
00Z TUESDAY (17-MAR-2015)
1)    Low pressure south of Cape Horn with a strong W’ly flow across the
Cape and NW winds west of the Cape.
2)    A front will extend 60S/54W to the Falkland Islands to 42S/65W. East
of the front, Fresh to Gale Force N/NW winds from Mar del Plata to
South Georgia Island.
3)    High pressure (1030mb) with a ridge extending west-northwest to BA.
North of the high and ridge, a moderate E’ly flow south of 35S.
4)    Low pressure (1011mb) near 34S/36W, with fresh N/NE winds to the east
of the low across to 25W and stronger NE/E winds south of the low.
5)    Consistent trade winds will shift north of 18S at 30W. The trades will
increase and slowly veer with distance north.
6)    The southern doldrums boundary is forecast to move south to near 03S.
The northern limit will be around 01S, but NE trades to the north will
be lighter than they have been up to about 05N. North of 05N, NE
trades will be moderate and near normal strength.
7)    High pressure (1029mb) will be centered just to the west of the Azores,
with NE winds extending from 30N, across the Canary Islands to the
Cape Verde Islands. Winds will veer to distance west – NNE/NE at the
Canary Islands to ENE at 30W.
8)    A strong low will be developing off Portugal.
00Z WEDNESDAY (18-MAR-2015)
1)    A strong W’ly from from Cape Horn north to the Falklands and east to
South Georgia Island. Weak high pressure (1018mb) near 44S/60W.
2)    A front southeast off the Argentinian coast, with another high (1021mb)
near 41S/47W.
3)    Sub-tropical low pressure (1013mb) near 37S/37W. Strong winds wrapping
into the low from the east and south.
4)    North of the low, a zone of very light winds between 33S and 25S,
where the trade winds return.
5)    East of 30W, the trade winds will hold, supporting flow into the
subtropical low to the south.
6)    Otherwise, solid trade widns north of 25S, veering from ENE at 25 S to
ESE at 10S.
7)    The doldrums will be between 02S and 01N – wider east of 30W and
narrower to the west.
8)    North of the Doldrums, the NE trade winds will be firming and filling
again as a sharp high pressure ridge move across the east Atlantic.
High pressure (1032mb) near the Azores and a low (1013mb) off the
Portuguese coast will support fresh to strong N’ly winds from Madeira
to the Canary Island.
9)    There will also be some surging of NE gradient between the Canary
Islands and Cape Verde Islands.
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General Forecast along race route
*** MONDAY (16-MAR-2015) ***
* 52S to 57S and 70W to 60W *
WIND: W 25-35
SEAS: 5-8m
WEATHER: Cloudy with squalls likely
* 47S to 52S and 65W to 55W *
WIND: W 25-35 at 52S, easing to NW 20-30 at 47S.
SEAS: 3-4m
WEATHER: Cloudy with squalls likely
>>>>>
* 40S to 25S and 45W to 35W *
WIND: SE 15-25 south of 42S. A zone of light and variable around 42S to 41S,
becoming N 5-15 north of 41S.
SEAS: 1-3m
WEATHER: Partly cloudy, with a scattered showers and a few squalls north of
42S.
>>>
* 25S to 30S and 35W to 25W
WIND: E 10-20 easing with distance north to 25S
SEAS: 2-4m
WEATHER: Partly cloudy with scattered showers.
* 20S to 25S and 35W to 25W
WIND: Light and variable under 10 tending NE/E 5-10.
SEAS: 1-2m
WEATHER: Partly cloudy with scattered showers.
>>>>>
* 00N to 05N and 35W to 25W *
WIND: Becoming E 5-10, increasing to 10-15 near 05N
SEAS: 1-2m.
WEATHER: Partly cloudy with scattered showers, clearing with distance north.
* 05N to 10N and 35W to 25W *
WIND: Becoming NE 5-10, increasing to 10-15 near 10N
SEAS: 1-2m.
WEATHER: Partly cloudy with scattered showers, clearing with distance north.
>>>>>
* 20N to 25N and 35W to 25W *
WIND: ENE 5-15
SEAS: 2-3m.
WEATHER: Partly cloudy with scattered showers.