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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  SURFACE LOW PRESSURE...OF 29.20 INCHES...WILL SWING  THROUGH THE JAMES BAY REGION TONIGHT AND SATURDAY. THE SURFACE LOW  WILL THEN DESCEND THROUGH QUEBEC AND INTO THE NORTHEASTERN UNITED  STATES BY SUNDAY. A WEAK RIDGE OF SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE IS EXPECTED  TO SLIDE THROUGH THE CENTRAL GREAT LAKES LATE SUNDAY AND INTO THE  START OF NEXT WEEK.        LHZ461-250815-  MAFOR 2503/  HURON NORTH 12510 12520 11620 12630 11740 19750. WAVES 1 TO 3  FEET OVERNIGHT. WAVES 2 TO 4 FEET BUILDING TO 3 TO 5 FEET WITH  MAXIMUM WAVE HEIGHT AROUND 6 FEET SATURDAY. WAVES 5 TO 7 FEET  WITH MAXIMUM WAVE HEIGHT AROUND 11 FEET SATURDAY EVENING. 220103.    HURON SOUTH 11500 12510 11520 11620 11610 12620. SCATTERED  SPRINKLES EARLY SATURDAY AFTERNOON. WAVES 2 FEET OR LESS  OVERNIGHT. WAVES 1 TO 3 FEET BUILDING TO 2 TO 4 FEET SATURDAY.  WAVES 2 TO 4 FEET BUILDING TO 3 TO 5 FEET OVERNIGHT WITH MAXIMUM  WAVE HEIGHT AROUND 6 FEET SATURDAY EVENING. 220002.    $$

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