Actual situation 08/12/16 14:50
An automated collection of the latest international ice reports and
a graphic representation of the ice situation on the fairways.
The colors show the status of the reports:
black is a report from today,
blue a report from yesterday and
green shows that there is no report within the last two days
(meaning no ice or no report!).
The fairways denominations after the report (AA, BB, ...) are a link to a representation of the ice conditions of the last 10 days on the respective fairway. Each day is given by a bar, the height gives the ice thickness, the color the ice concentration and symbols below give information about rafted or ridged ice. A ? denotes missing information.
|Danish Ice report
|Estonian Ice report
|Finnish Ice report
STFI41 EFKL 080839AA BB CC FF
Ice in the Bay of Bothnia drifts northward and forms a brash ice barrier.
In the Bay of Bothnia there is 5-20cm thick ice in the inner archipelago. In the outer archipelago ice formation.
In the Quark and Sea of Bothnia there is new ice in the inner archipelago.
In the Gulf of Finland there is thin ice in the innermost Gulf of Vyborg and Gulf of St. Petersburg.
In the Lake Saimaa and Saimaa Canal there is 2-10 cm thick ice.
Icebreakers: Iso-Pukki assists in the northern Lake Saimaa. Meteor assists in the Saimaa Canal and the southern Lake Saimaa. Otso is bound for the Bay of Bothnia.
Restrictions to navigation: Minimum ice class and deadweight required of assisted vessels: Lake Saimaa and Saimaa Canal, II of more than 1300 tons.
Alterations to the restrictions: Minimum ice class and deadweight required of assisted vessels from 10th December: Tornio, Kemi and Oulu, I and II of more than 2000 tons Lake Saimaa and Saimaa Canal, II of more than 2000 tons.
|German Ice report
|Latvian Ice report
|Lithuanian Ice report
|Norwegian Ice report
|Polish Ice report
|Russian Ice report
STRS10 RUMS 080900AA BB
Gulf of Finland:
Gulf of Finland: IN THE HARBOURS OF THE PORT SAINT-PETERSBURG AND UP TO LONGITUDE OF DIKE THERE I S VERY CLOSE LIGHT NILAS. WESTWARD UP IS ICE-FREE. IN THE VYBORG BAY THERE IS VERY CLOSE LIGHT NILAS. M-aM-a 11001 21001 31001=
|Swedish Ice report
STSN42 ESWI 081047AA EE KK
ISSUED: THURSDAY DEC 8, 2016
BAY OF BOTHNIA FROM HARAHOLMEN N ALONG THE COAST 5-12 CM LEVEL ICE, WITH OPEN DRIFT ICE FURTHER OUT. IN THE NORTHERN ARCHIPELAGO 5-15 CM VERY CLOSE ICE. ALONG THE FINNISH COAST SOUTHWARDS TO INSIDE HAILUOTO 5-15 CM VERY CLOSE ICE OR LEVEL ICE. OUT OF THERE, OUT TO A LINE KEMI 2- RAAHE, 3-12 CM CLOSE OR VERY CLOSE ICE. AT THE ICE EDGE A NARROW BRASH ICE BARRIER. NEXT 24 HOURS SE ICE DRIFT. NEXT 24 HOURS E ICE DRIFT.
THE QUARK NEW ICE OR THIN LEVEL ICE IN SHELTERED BAYS.
NORTHERN SEA OF BOTHNIA NEW ICE IN SHELTERED BAYS.
SOUTHERN SEA OF BOTHNIA ALONG THE FINNISH COAST NEW ICE IN SHELTERED BAYS.
ARCHIPELAGO SEA NEW ICE IN SHELTERED BAYS.
GULF OF FINLAND NEW ICE IN SHELTERED BAYS. IN THE INNER PARTS OF WYBORG BAY AND ST PETERSBURG BAY, 5-10 CM LEVEL ICE. NEXT 24 HOURS DECREASING E ICE DRIFT.
LAKE MLAREN NEW ICE IN THE WESTERN PART.