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MARINE WEATHER DISCUSSION FOR N PACIFIC OCEAN
NWS OCEAN PREDICTION CENTER WASHINGTON DC
1210 PM PDT THU MAY 28 2015

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

A HIGH PRES RIDGE CURRENTLY W OF THE OFFSHORE WATERS IS COMBINING
WITH INLAND LOW PRES TO PRODUCE N TO NW FLOW ACROSS MOST OF THE
OFFSHORE WATERS. STRONGEST WINDS ARE CURRENTLY W OF POINT
CONCEPTION WITH WINDS AS HIGH AS 25 KT OR SO. WINDS WILL REMAIN
RELATIVELY LIGHT THROUGH LATE MON WHEN CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO
AGAIN INCREASE W OF POINT CONCEPTION WITH WINDS UP TO 25 KT OR SO.
BY TUE THE STRONGEST CONDITIONS WILL SPREAD N TO THE AREA W OF
POINT ARENA WITH WINDS AS HIGH AS 30 KT OR SO AND WINDS UP TO 30
KT W OF POINT CONCEPTION. FOR WIND GRIDS WILL CONTINUE TO USE THE
GFS 10M WINDS. CURRENT FORECAST LOOKS REASONABLE AND WILL CONTINUE
TO CARRY NO WARNINGS ACROSS THE OFFSHORE WATERS DURING THE
FORECAST PERIOD.

SEAS...THE NWW3 LOOKS REASONABLE WITH THE SEAS AND WILL BE
FOLLOWED FAIRLY CLOSELY DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD. BY TUE SEAS
WILL INCREASE TO NEAR 12 FT ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE PZ6 WATERS AS
THE NW FLOW INCREASES AND ALSO WITH SWELL FROM A TROPICAL SYSTEM
TO THE SOUTH OF THE AREA.

EXTRATROPICAL STORM SURGE GUIDANCE...N/A.


.WARNINGS...PRELIMINARY.

.PZ5 WASHINGTON/OREGON WATERS...
     NONE.

.PZ6 CALIFORNIA WATERS...
     NONE.

$$

.FORECASTER NOLT. OCEAN PREDICTION CENTER.


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