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World Wide Marine Weather  Ohio State marine weather forecast compilations from around the world, but specializes in the USA, Puerto Rico/Virgins, and Canada.

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Scripps Institute Weather Wave maps and more.

Ocean Weather Inc. A private weather company with some interesting capabilities.

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National Weather Service Marine Buoy Data Real time weather buoy data around the world.

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Florida State Tropical Storm Site Tropical storm data.

MSN Intellicast Weather Excellent tropical storm site with good graphics and satalite images.

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