You can set an Alert on based on the forecast and observations. Both are location specific.

The alert is based on the forecast location you have selected. You can set up alerts for different locations. The alert can potentially be triggered every 12 hours after the forecast run.

Forecast Alerts

  • On the main menu tap on Forecast Alerts

  • At the top of the page you can choose either Forecast Alerts or Observations Alerts.

  • Tap on Forecast alerts

  • Next you can choose to be alerted on your phone, via email or both.

  • Then we can choose if we want the alert to be daily or for certain days of the week on weekly.

  • Choose what hours of the day you want to be alerted for.

  • Now we can select how many days in advance we want the forecast alert to trigger.

  • Choose the parameters that you want to be alerted for. We need at least one parameter selected.

  • Now save the alert.

  • Note confirmation.

  • You will now be alerted after each forecast run if our alert conditions are met.

  • If you get the alert via email you can add the date your calendar to lock in your time on the water.

Observation Alerts

  • Observation alerts gives you an alert based on the windspeed and direction that you set for a particular weather station.

  • From the main menu tap on forecast alerts

  • Tap on Observation Alerts

  • Select the observation point you want to be alerted for by tapping on the observation point, then tap Save station.

  • Next you can choose to be alerted on your phone, via email or both.

  • Choose if you want to be alerted when the observations hits your set criteria just one a day or once an hour.

  • Then select for the alert to be daily rolling over or only certain days of the week under weekly.

  • Select the hours of the day that the alert can be triggered

  • Then select the wind speed and direction, you can leave one parameter blank if you wish.

  • Tap on save

  • You will now be alerted when your observation criteria is met for that station.

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