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AGPN40 KWNM 241943
MIMPAC

Marine Weather Discussion for N Pacific Ocean
NWS Ocean Prediction Center Washington DC
1143 AM PST TUE JAN 24 2017

.FORECAST DISCUSSION...Major features/winds/seas/significant
.weather for the North Pacific N of 30N and E of 150W.

12Z model data is in very good agreement throughout the forecast
period. Satellite data continues to indicate a weakening low
moving SE through the PZ6 waters. This is in excellent alignment
with the current forecast and the 12Z model data. Will use the 10m
GFS through the forecast period with some edits.

A weak cold front will move through the waters Wed night through
Thu as an area of high pressure begins to build in from the east.
Another stronger cold front will approach the waters Thu through
Saturday introducing gales in the Washington/Oregon waters...but
on the whole...expect a bit quieter of a forecast than we have
had for the last few weeks.

.SEAS...Will continue using the WaveWatch III throughout the
forecast with some edits.


.EXTRATROPICAL STORM SURGE GUIDANCE...N/A


.WARNINGS...Preliminary.

.PZ5 Washington/Oregon Waters...
.PZZ800...Inner Waters from Cape Flattery to Cape Shoalwater...
     Gale Possible Friday.
.PZZ900...Outer Waters from Cape Flattery to Cape Shoalwater...
     Gale Possible Thursday night into Saturday night.
.PZZ905...Outer Waters from Cape Shoalwater to Cape Lookout...
     Gale Possible Thursday night into Friday.
     Gale Possible Saturday.

.PZ6 California Waters...
     None.

$$

.Forecaster Sommerville. Ocean Prediction Center.



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