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Marine Forecast for 45004National Weather Service Marquette MI9:49 PM Tuesday February 20.occasional wave height is theaverage of the highest 1/10 of the wave spectrum.synopsis, a trough of 29.9 inches north of sudbury will pushnortheastward overnight and reach quebec early wednesday morning.a high pressure system of 30.6 inches over the northern plainswill then push towards the great lakes wednesday afternoon anddrift into southern quebec on thursday. a weak 30.1 inch troughwill pass across the western great lakes on friday followed byweak a ridge of 30.3 inches on saturday. a 29.1 inch low pressuresystem will then track from the mid mississippi valley into theupper great lakes on sunday.