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Western Great Lakes Map 45007 SGNW3 45002 STDM4 45004 DISW3 45006 ROAM4 PILM4 45001 45136
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Station 45007
42° 40.4' N 87° 1.6' W

7:50 pm EDT
2350 GMT 07/25/17
Wind: SE (130°), 9.7 kt
Gust: 9.7 kt
Seas: 1.0 ft
Peak Period: 3 sec
Pres: 30.13 falling
Air Temp: 72.0 °F
Water Temp: 71.1 °F

Wave Summary
8:00 pm EDT 07/25/17
0000 GMT 07/26/17
Swell: 0.0 ft
Period: 5.0 sec
Direction: S
Wind Wave: 1.0 ft
Period: 3.1 sec
Direction: SSE

Marine Forecast for 45007National Weather Service Chicago/Romeoville IL2:54 PM Tuesday July 25.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, high pressure of 30.2 inches across the great lakeswill move to new england tonight. meanwhile, low pressure of 29.5inches over northern manitoba will move east and reach james bayby wednesday. a trailing surface trough will slowly move southwardover the northern part of the lake wednesday evening. another lowpressure around 29.8 inches will develop along this trough, justsouth of lake michigan wednesday night, and move eastward to themid-atlantic by thursday night. high pressure of 30.1 inches willbuild over the lake by friday night and hold through the weekend.