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AGPN40 KWNM 292026
MIMPAC

MARINE WEATHER DISCUSSION FOR N PACIFIC OCEAN
NWS OCEAN PREDICTION CENTER WASHINGTON DC
126 PM PDT FRI AUG 29 2014

.FORECAST DISCUSSION: MAJOR FEATURES/WINDS/SEAS/SIGNIFICANT
.WEATHER FOR THE NORTH PACIFIC N OF 30N AND E OF 150W.

18Z OPC SFC ANALYSIS SHOWS A WEAK HIGH PRES RIDGE OVER MUCH OF THE
PZ5/PZ6 WATERS. A COLD FRONT WAS JUST W OF THE PZ5 WATERS...WHILE
A TROUGH OF LOW PRES WAS INLAND NEAR THE CA COAST.

12Z GUIDANCE REMAINS IN GOOD AGREEMENT OVER THE FORECAST PERIOD SO
NO NEED FOR MAJOR CHANGES TO THE ONGOING FORECAST. POSSIBLITY OF
GALES OVER PORTIONS OF THE INNER PZ6 NRN CA WATERS EXISTS LATE MON
INTO WED NIGHT AS HIGH PRES BUILDS IN FROM THE W WHILE A LOW PRES
TROUGH STRENGTHENS ALONG THE CA COAST. FOR NOW WILL CONTINUE TO
CAP WINDS AT 30 KT...THOUGH THE SITUATION WILL CONTINUE TO BE
MONITORED.

.SEAS...WILL GENERALLY FAVOR NWW3 VALUES.

.EXTRATROPICAL STORM SURGE GUIDANCE...N/A.

.WARNINGS...PRELIMINARY.

.PZ5 WASHINGTON/OREGON WATERS...
     NONE.

.PZ6 CALIFORNIA WATERS...
     NONE.

$$

.FORECASTER HOLLEY. OCEAN PREDICTION CENTER.



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