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 WAVES ARE PROVIDED AS A RANGE OF SIGNIFICANT WAVE HEIGHTS...WHICH  IS THE AVERAGE HEIGHT OF THE HIGHEST 1/3 OF THE WAVES...ALONG  WITH THE AVERAGE HEIGHT OF THE HIGHEST 10 PERCENT OF THE WAVES  WHICH WILL OCCASIONALLY BE ENCOUNTERED.    SYNOPSIS  HIGH PRESSURE OF 30.4 INCHES OVER QUEBEC WILL DRIFT  EAST TO THE CANADIAN MARITIMES THROUGH MONDAY MORNING...WITH  WEAKER RIDGING TRAILING ACROSS THE APPALACHIANS. LOW PRESSURE OF  29.2 INCHES IN THE LEE OF THE CANADIAN ROCKIES WILL MOVE SOUTHEAST  THROUGH THE NORTHERN PLAINS TONIGHT THEN SLOWLY EAST ACROSS THE  UPPER MIDWEST BY MONDAY NIGHT. THE LOW WILL FILL TO NEAR 29.7  INCHES AS IT MOVES ACROSS THE NORTHERN GREAT LAKES TUESDAY.  ANOTHER LOW WILL DEVELOP SOMEWHERE ACROSS THE TENNESSEE OR OHIO  VALLEY TUESDAY NIGHT...AND WILL LIKELY DEEPEN TO NEAR 29.4 INCHES  AS IT LIFTS NORTHEAST ACROSS THE CENTRAL OR EASTERN LAKES  WEDNESDAY. THE LOW WILL LIKELY CONTINUE TO DEEPEN AS IT LIFTS  NORTHEAST TO EAST OF JAMES BAY BY EARLY THURSDAY.        LMZ761-212300-  MAFOR 2116/  MICHIGAN NORTH 12430 15440 11440. CHANCE OF SNOW IN THE EVENING.  CHANCE OF RAIN OR SNOW MONDAY. WAVES 2 TO 4 FT BUILDING TO 5 TO 8  FT OCCASIONALLY TO 10 FT THIS AFTERNOON AND TO 6 TO 9 FT  OCCASIONALLY TO 11 FT TONIGHT. WAVES 6 TO 9 FT OCCASIONALLY TO 11  FT MONDAY MORNING.    MICHIGAN SOUTH 13430 14440 11440. WAVES 2 TO 4 FT BUILDING TO 4  TO 6 FT OCCASIONALLY TO 8 FT THIS AFTERNOON. WAVES 5 TO 8 FT  OCCASIONALLY TO 10 FT TONIGHT AND MONDAY MORNING.    $$

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