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MARINE WEATHER DISCUSSION FOR N ATLANTIC OCEAN
NWS OCEAN PREDICTION CENTER WASHINGTON DC
254 AM EDT TUE SEP 1 2015

.FORECAST DISCUSSION: MAJOR FEATURES/WINDS/SEAS/SIGNIFICANT
.WEATHER FOR THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN W OF 50W FROM 30N TO 50N.

A LOW PRES TROF CURRENTLY ACROSS THE NT1 WATERS WILL MOVE E OF
THE OFFSHORE WATERS BY LATE TUE. WESTERLY WINDS CURRENTLY UP TO 20
OR 25 KT AHEAD OF THE TROF WILL DIMINISH BY TUE. A HIGH PRES RIDGE
WILL THEN REMAIN ACROSS THE OFFSHORE WATERS THROUGH THU WITH
MAINLY LIGHT WINDS. STRONGER HIGH PRES WILL THEN BUILD SOUTHWARD
INTO NRN NEW ENGLAND BY FRI. STRONGER NE FLOW WILL DEVELOP ACROSS
THE NRN NT2 AND SRN NT1 WATERS BY FRI WITH WINDS UP TO 25 KT OR
SO. CONDITIONS WILL THEN DIMINISH BY LATE SAT AS THE HIGH BUILDS S
AND LOW PRES E OF THE NT2 WATERS SLIDES FARTHER E. CURRENT
FORECAST LOOKS REASONABLE AND WILL CONTINUE TO CARRY NO WARNINGS
ACROSS THE OFFSHORE WATERS DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD.

THE WNA VERSION OF THE NWW3 LOOKS REASONABLE WITH THE SEAS AND
WILL BE FOLLOWED FAIRLY CLOSELY DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD.

EXTRATROPICAL STORM SURGE GUIDANCE...N/A.


.WARNINGS...PRELIMINARY.

.NT1 NEW ENGLAND WATERS...
     NONE.

.NT2 MID ATLC WATERS...
     NONE.

$$

.FORECASTER NOLT. OCEAN PREDICTION CENTER.



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