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Station 45007
42° 40.4' N 87° 1.6' W

3:50 am EST
0850 GMT 11/23/17
Wind: W (260°), 17.5 kt
Gust: 21.4 kt
Seas: 3.0 ft
Peak Period: 5 sec
Pres: 30.11 falling
Air Temp: 36.5 °F
Water Temp: 47.1 °F

Wave Summary
4:00 am EST
0900 GMT 11/23/17
Swell: 0.0 ft
Period: 9.1 sec
Direction: S
Wind Wave: 3.0 ft
Period: 4.5 sec
Direction: SW

Marine Forecast for 45007National Weather Service Chicago/Romeoville IL2:26 AM Thursday November 23.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, high pressure of 30.2 inches stretching from theeastern lakes to the southern plains this morning, will movesoutheast to the mid atlantic and gulf coast today. meanwhile,low pressure of 29.0 inches will reach alberta, canada by thisevening, then track east to james bay by friday evening. a coldfront trailing from this low will move across the lake fridaynight with a 30.1 inch ridge of high pressure building east inthe wake of this cold front. the high will move across thewestern great lakes over the weekend with a 29.2 inch lowforecast to develop over the northern plains sunday night.