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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  A BROAD REGION OF LOW PRESSURE WILL AVERAGE 29.90 INCHES  AND LINGER OVER EASTERN QUEBEC DURING MOST OF THE WEEK. THIS WILL  COMBINE WITH EQUALLY BROAD HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE PLAINS TO MAINTAIN  COOL BUT LIGHT NORTHWEST TO WESTERLY WIND EACH DAY. CLUSTERS OF  SHOWERS WILL MOVE OVER THE MARINE AREAS EACH DAY WITH THE BEST  CHANCE OF RAIN DURING THE WARMEST PORTION OF THE AFTERNOON THROUGH  FRIDAY.        LHZ461-292015-  MAFOR 2909/  HURON NORTH 11710 15700 11710. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS. WAVES 1 TO  3 FEET SUBSIDING TO 2 FEET OR LESS TODAY. WAVES 2 FEET OR LESS  TONIGHT. 220103.    HURON SOUTH 11710 11700 13706 11700 12600. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS  THIS MORNING. A CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS THIS AFTERNOON. A CHANCE OF  THUNDERSTORMS LATE THEN A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AFTER MIDNIGHT TONIGHT.  WAVES 1 TO 3 FEET SUBSIDING TO 2 FEET OR LESS TODAY. WAVES 2 FEET OR  LESS TONIGHT. 220103.    $$

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