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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  LOW PRESSURE...28.90 INCHES...WILL MOVE FROM EASTERN  ONTARIO INTO QUEBEC BY THIS AFTERNOON. HIGH PRESSURE WILL EXPAND  ACROSS THE OHIO VALLEY TODAY. WEAK LOW PRESSURE...29.70 INCHES...IS  FORECAST TO DEVELOP OVER THE GREAT LAKES ON SATURDAY...DRIVING A  COLD FRONT ACROSS THE AREA SATURDAY NIGHT AS THE LOW LIFTS INTO  EASTERN CANADA.        LHZ461-252115-  MAFOR 2516/  HURON NORTH 12630 11530 13520 12510. WAVES 5 TO 7 FEET WITH  MAXIMUM WAVE HEIGHT AROUND 9 FEET THIS AFTERNOON. WAVES 3 TO 5  FEET WITH MAXIMUM WAVE HEIGHT AROUND 6 FEET TONIGHT. WAVES 2 TO 4  FEET FRIDAY MORNING. 220508.    HURON SOUTH 12630 13520 12510 11410. WAVES 4 TO 6 FEET WITH  MAXIMUM WAVE HEIGHT AROUND 9 FEET THIS AFTERNOON. WAVES 3 TO 5  FEET SUBSIDING TO 2 TO 4 FEET OVERNIGHT WITH MAXIMUM WAVE HEIGHT  AROUND 6 FEET TONIGHT. WAVES 1 TO 3 FEET FRIDAY MORNING. 220507.    $$

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