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 IMPORTANT NOTICE TO MARINERS...MARINE FORECASTS ARE ISSUED AT LEAST  FOUR TIMES A DAY. BOATERS ON EXTENDED TRIPS SHOULD ROUTINELY MONITOR  SUBSEQUENT FORECAST ISSUANCES AND UPDATES FOR THE LATEST MARINE  WEATHER INFORMATION.    THE WAVE HEIGHTS ARE FORECAST AS SIGNIFICANT WAVE HEIGHT WHICH  IS THE AVERAGE OF THE HIGHEST ONE-THIRD OF THE WAVES.  THE HIGHEST WAVES MAY RARELY BE TWICE THE SIGNIFICANT WAVE HEIGHT.  THE WINDS AND SEAS NEAR THUNDERSTORMS MAY BE HIGHER THAN FORECAST.        GMZ800-231430-  SYNOPSIS FOR THE COASTAL WATERS FROM BONITA BEACH TO SUWANNEE RIVER-  430 AM EDT TUE MAY 23 2017      .SYNOPSIS...SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL INCREASE ACROSS THE NORTHERN WATERS  TODAY AHEAD OF A COLD FRONT...AND THEN SPREAD ACROSS THE WATERS FOR  WEDNESDAY. THE FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH THE REGION THURSDAY...WITH  HIGH PRESSURE THEN MOVING INTO THE AREA FOR THE END OF THE WEEK  ALLOWING WINDS AND SEAS TO SUBSIDE. NUMEROUS TO WIDESPREAD SHOWERS  AND THUNDERSTORMS...WITH SOME STRONG STORMS POSSIBLE...ARE  ANTICIPATED ACROSS THE WATERS TONIGHT INTO THURSDAY. BOATERS ARE  URGED TO CHECK THE LATEST FORECASTS WITH RESPECT TO THESE STORMS.    $$
 IMPORTANT NOTICE TO MARINERS...MARINE FORECASTS ARE ISSUED AT LEAST  FOUR TIMES A DAY. BOATERS ON EXTENDED TRIPS SHOULD ROUTINELY MONITOR  SUBSEQUENT FORECAST ISSUANCES AND UPDATES FOR THE LATEST MARINE  WEATHER INFORMATION.    THE WAVE HEIGHTS ARE FORECAST AS SIGNIFICANT WAVE HEIGHT WHICH  IS THE AVERAGE OF THE HIGHEST ONE-THIRD OF THE WAVES.  THE HIGHEST WAVES MAY RARELY BE TWICE THE SIGNIFICANT WAVE HEIGHT.  THE WINDS AND SEAS NEAR THUNDERSTORMS MAY BE HIGHER THAN FORECAST.        GMZ853-231430-  COASTAL WATERS FROM ENGLEWOOD TO TARPON SPRINGS FL OUT 20 NM-  430 AM EDT TUE MAY 23 2017    TODAY  SOUTH WINDS AROUND 15 KNOTS. SEAS 2 TO 4 FEET. BAY AND  INLAND WATERS A MODERATE CHOP. A SLIGHT CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS IN  THE AFTERNOON.  TONIGHT  SOUTHWEST WINDS 10 TO 15 KNOTS THEN BECOMING SOUTH AROUND  20 KNOTS AFTER MIDNIGHT. SEAS 2 TO 4 FEET. BAY AND INLAND WATERS  CHOPPY. A SLIGHT CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS.  WEDNESDAY  SOUTH WINDS 10 TO 15 KNOTS THEN BECOMING SOUTHWEST  20 TO 25 KNOTS. SEAS 4 TO 6 FEET. BAY AND INLAND WATERS ROUGH. A  CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS.  WEDNESDAY NIGHT  SOUTHWEST WINDS 20 TO 25 KNOTS DIMINISHING TO  AROUND 20 KNOTS IN THE LATE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT. SEAS 6 TO 8 FEET.  BAY AND INLAND WATERS ROUGH. THUNDERSTORMS LIKELY.  THURSDAY  WEST WINDS AROUND 20 KNOTS DIMINISHING TO 10 TO 15 KNOTS  IN THE LATE MORNING AND AFTERNOON. SEAS 5 TO 7 FEET. BAY AND INLAND  WATERS CHOPPY. A CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS.  THURSDAY NIGHT  NORTHWEST WINDS AROUND 10 KNOTS. SEAS 2 TO 4 FEET.  BAY AND INLAND WATERS A LIGHT CHOP.  FRIDAY  NORTH WINDS AROUND 5 KNOTS. SEAS 2 TO 3 FEET. BAY AND  INLAND WATERS SMOOTH.  FRIDAY NIGHT  NORTH WINDS AROUND 5 KNOTS. SEAS 2 FEET. BAY AND  INLAND WATERS SMOOTH.  SATURDAY  SOUTHEAST WINDS AROUND 5 KNOTS THEN BECOMING WEST IN THE  AFTERNOON. SEAS 2 FEET. BAY AND INLAND WATERS SMOOTH.    $$

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