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   GMZ005-220230-  Synopsis for Keys coastal waters from Ocean Reef to Dry Tortugas  429 PM EDT Tue Sep 21 2021      .SYNOPSIS...High pressure will weaken over the southeastern Gulf  of Mexico late tonight and tomorrow, as a mid-latitude trough  pushes in over the east before stalling over north-central  Florida. A weak pressure pattern will become established across  the Florida Keys coastal waters Wednesday night through much of  the weekend. Gentle easterly breezes tonight through Wednesday  morning will become light and variable across the marine zones by  Wednesday evening. Rain and thunder chances will remain elevated  through the end of the work week, with slow reductions in rain  chances over the weekend and into early next week.    The Approximate Shoreward Edge of the Gulf Stream as of September  21, 2021...    49 NM South of Dry Tortugas Light...on Loggerhead Key.  19 NM South of Cosgrove Shoal Light...off the Marquesas Keys.  22 NM South of Sand Key Light...off Key West.  24 NM South of Looe Key...off Big Pine Key.  21 NM South of Sombrero Key Light...off Marathon.  14 NM Southeast of Alligator Reef Light...off Islamorada.  11 NM Southeast of Molasses Reef Light...off Key Largo.  6 NM East of Carysfort Reef Light...off Ocean Reef.    Gulf Stream Information Courtesy of the Naval Oceanographic Office.    $$
   GMZ042>044-220230-  Hawk Channel from Ocean Reef to Craig Key out to the reef-  Hawk Channel from Craig Key to west end of Seven Mile Bridge out  to the reef-  Hawk Channel from west end of Seven Mile Bridge to Halfmoon Shoal  out to the reef-  429 PM EDT Tue Sep 21 2021    TONIGHT  Variable winds 5 to 10 knots, becoming northeast to  east and increasing to near 10 knots. Seas 1 to 2 feet. Nearshore  waters smooth to a light chop, becoming a light chop. Scattered  showers and isolated thunderstorms.  WEDNESDAY  Northeast to east winds 5 to 10 knots, becoming  variable and decreasing to near 5 knots. Seas around 1 foot.  Nearshore waters smooth to a light chop, becoming smooth.  Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms.  WEDNESDAY NIGHT  Variable winds near 5 knots. Seas around 1  foot. Nearshore waters smooth. Scattered showers and isolated  thunderstorms.  THURSDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHT  Variable winds near 5 knots. Seas  1 foot or less. Nearshore waters smooth. Scattered showers and  isolated thunderstorms.  FRIDAY  Southeast winds near 5 knots. Seas 1 to 2 feet due to  west swells. Seas highest west of Cosgrove Shoal. Nearshore  waters smooth. Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms.  FRIDAY NIGHT  East to southeast winds near 5 knots. Seas 1 to  2 feet due to west swells. Seas highest west of Cosgrove Shoal.  Nearshore waters smooth. Scattered showers and isolated  thunderstorms.  SATURDAY  Southeast to south winds near 5 knots, becoming  variable. Seas around 1 foot. Nearshore waters smooth. Scattered  showers and isolated thunderstorms.  SATURDAY NIGHT  Variable winds near 5 knots, becoming northeast  to east. Seas around 1 foot. Nearshore waters smooth. Scattered  showers and isolated thunderstorms.  SUNDAY  Northeast winds near 5 knots. Seas around 1 foot.  Nearshore waters smooth. Scattered showers and isolated  thunderstorms.  SUNDAY NIGHT  Northeast winds 5 to 10 knots. Seas 1 to 2 feet.  Nearshore waters smooth to a light chop. Scattered showers and  isolated thunderstorms.    $$

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