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Latest ObservationsLatest Forecast
Station 45002
45° 20.6' N 86° 24.7' W

5:50 pm EDT
2150 GMT 10/16/17
Wind: SW (220°), 15.5 kt
Gust: 19.4 kt
Seas: 3.0 ft
Peak Period: 4 sec
Pres: 30.15 falling
Air Temp: 54.7 °F
Water Temp: 60.1 °F

Wave Summary
6:00 pm EDT
2200 GMT 10/16/17
Swell: 0.3 ft
Period: 9.1 sec
Direction: SSW
Wind Wave: 3.0 ft
Period: 4.3 sec
Direction: S

Marine Forecast for 45002National Weather Service Chicago/Romeoville IL2:44 PM Monday October 16.waves are provided as a range of significant wave heights, whichis the average of the highest 1/3 of the wave, along with theaverage height of the highest 10% of the waves which willoccasionally be encountered.synopsis, expansive high pressure of 30.4 inches over the ohiovalley will move to the mid atlantic coast tuesday and wednesdaywhere it will remain through friday. meanwhile, low pressure of29.4 inches will move across northern manitoba this evening tonorthern quebec tuesday night. a second, and much stronger lowaveraging 28.8 inches will take a similar track across northernmanitoba wednesday to the hudson bay on thursday.