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Station 45007
42° 40.4' N 87° 1.6' W

4:50 pm EST
2150 GMT 11/21/17
Wind: NNW (340°), 21.4 kt
Gust: 27.2 kt
Seas: 6.2 ft
Peak Period: 6 sec
Pres: 29.96 rising rapidly
Air Temp: 36.1 °F
Water Temp: 47.5 °F

Wave Summary
6:00 pm EST
2300 GMT 11/21/17
Swell: 0.0 ft
Wind Wave: 6.2 ft
Period: 6.7 sec
Direction: N

Marine Forecast for 45007National Weather Service Chicago/Romeoville IL2:36 PM Tuesday November 21.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, low pressure of 29.2 inches near james bay will moveto northern quebec tonight as broad high pressure of 30.4 inchesbuilds across the central great plains tonight, and then graduallyshifts to the lower mississippi valley wednesday and wednesdaynight. a trough of low pressure averaging 29.8 inches will moveacross ontario and the great lakes on thursday, with a deeper lowpressure system of 28.9 inches quickly moving through manitobaand ontario by early friday.