Buoy Weather Data

Sixteen offshore weather buoys are maintained by Environment Canada and Fisheries and Oceans Canada in association with Axys, a private company in Sidney, B.C. The buoys measure general weather information in the marine area around British Columbia and report their data to Environment Canada via satellite.

The data get some rudimentary processing and then are transmitted on the GTS Global Telecommunications System around the world.

This data includes air pressure, air temperature, sea surface temperature, wind observations, and the wave height. The following tabular and graphical data are provided via the National Data Buoy Center (NOAA).

Buoy Location Details

Buoy data last 24 hours

Buoy Locations and other Summary Information

Click on the buoy for location information

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Buoy data-last 24 hours

The following tabular and graphical data are provided via the National Data Buoy Center (NDBC), a part of the National Weather Service (NWS) of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Click on the station name to access NDBC data

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