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Western Great Lakes Map 45007 SGNW3 45002 STDM4 45004 DISW3 45006 ROAM4 PILM4 45001 45136
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Station 45006
47° 20.1' N 89° 47.6' W

7:50 am EDT
1150 GMT 05/26/17
Wind: ESE (120°), 3.9 kt
Gust: 5.8 kt
Seas: 0.7 ft
Pres: 29.79 rising
Air Temp: 40.8 °F
Water Temp: 37.4 °F

Marine Forecast for 45006NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MARQUETTE MI3:37 AM Friday MAY 26.synopsis, a 29.8 inch ridge extending from northern quebec tothe upper great lakes will shift to the lower great lakes throughthe day today, as low pressure of 29.4 inches moves into centralmanitoba. this low will weaken to 29.6 inches over northern ontarioon saturday and remain nearly stationary through sunday. the lowwill move near james bay on monday evening at 29.5 inches. this lowwill linger near james bay and northern quebec through wednesdaynight at 29.6 inches. meanwhile a 29.7 inch trough remains over lakesuperior through tuesday.