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Western Gulf of Mexico Marine Data
Western Gulf of Mexico Map LUML1 TRBL1 TAML1 LKPL1 42044 42043 42045 42047 42046 42041 42020 PTAT2 42019 42035 42002 42001 BURL1 42040 SRST2 GDIL1 42007 DPIA1
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Latest ObservationsLatest Forecast
Station 42019
27° 54.4' N 95° 21.1' W

12:50 am CDT
0550 GMT 07/30/16
Wind: SSE (150°), 13.6 kt
Gust: 15.5 kt
Seas: 2.6 ft
Peak Period: 7 sec
Pres: 29.98
Air Temp: 85.6 °F
Water Temp: 86.5 °F
Dew Point: 76.6 °F

Wave Summary
2:00 am CDT
0700 GMT 07/30/16
Swell: 1.3 ft
Period: 6.2 sec
Direction: E
Wind Wave: 2.3 ft
Period: 3.8 sec
Direction: SE

Marine Forecast for 420194:55 PM Thursday July 7W2synopsis, little change is expected over the next several days.W2an atlc ridge extending into the northern gulf will persistthrough tuesday, with seas remaining 5 feet or less across the region.W2a thermal trough will move off the yucatan peninsula into the southwestgulf each evening then dissipate during overnight hours.W2