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 WAVES ARE THE SIGNIFICANT WAVE HEIGHT - THE AVERAGE OF THE HIGHEST  1/3 OF THE WAVE SPECTRUM. OCCASIONAL WAVE HEIGHT IS THE AVERAGE OF  THE HIGHEST 1/10 OF THE WAVE SPECTRUM.    SYNOPSIS  HIGH PRESSURE 30.00 INCHES OVER THE MIDWEST WILL BUILD  ACROSS LAKE ERIE TODAY AND MOVE EAST OF THE AREA ON SATURDAY. LOW  PRESSURE 29.60 INCHES WILL TRACK NORTHEAST ACROSS MICHIGAN ON  SUNDAY WITH A COLD FRONT CROSSING THE LAKE SUNDAY NIGHT. A TROUGH  OF LOW PRESSURE 29.80 INCHES WILL LINGER OVER THE CENTRAL GREAT  LAKES MONDAY INTO TUESDAY.        LEZ161-262015-  MAFOR 2615/  ERIE WEST 1/3 11610 12500 12300 11400 11300 11200. A CHANCE OF  SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OVERNIGHT. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS SATURDAY  MORNING. WAVES 1 TO 3 FEET THIS AFTERNOON. WAVES 1 FOOT OR LESS  TONIGHT AND SATURDAY MORNING.    ERIE CENTRAL 1/3 12610 11510 11500 12400 11300 11200. A CHANCE OF  SHOWERS OVERNIGHT. SCATTERED SHOWERS SATURDAY MORNING. WAVES 1 TO  3 FEET SUBSIDING TO 1 FOOT OR LESS THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT.  WAVES 1 FOOT OR LESS SATURDAY MORNING.    ERIE EAST 1/3 12610 11510 13500 11400 11300. WAVES 1 TO 3 FEET  THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT. WAVES 1 FOOT OR LESS SATURDAY  MORNING.    $$

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