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World Buoy Weather Data
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Western Great Lakes Marine Data
Western Great Lakes Map 45007 SGNW3 45002 STDM4 45004 DISW3 45006 ROAM4 PILM4 45001 45136
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Latest ObservationsLatest Forecast
Station 45004
47° 35.1' N 86° 35.1' W

11:50 am EDT
1550 GMT 09/26/17
Wind: E (100°), 9.7 kt
Gust: 11.7 kt
Seas: 2.3 ft
Peak Period: 5 sec
Pres: 29.87 falling
Air Temp: 60.3 °F

Wave Summary
12:00 pm EDT
1600 GMT 09/26/17
Swell: 1.3 ft
Period: 4.8 sec
Direction: NE
Wind Wave: 2.0 ft
Period: 4.3 sec
Direction: NNE

Marine Forecast for 45004National Weather Service Marquette MI9:58 AM Tuesday September 26.occasional wave height is theaverage of the highest 1/10 of the wave spectrum.synopsis, low pressure of 29.9 inches will lift northeastacross lake superior today before reaching central quebec at 29.6inches by wednesday morning. 30.2 inch high pressure buildingacross the central plains on wednesday will extend a 30.1 inchridge across the upper great lakes wednesday night before a 29.9inch trough tracks southeastward across lake superior on thursday.