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Station 45007
42° 40.4' N 87° 1.6' W

3:50 pm EDT
1950 GMT 09/19/17
Wind: NE (40°), 5.8 kt
Gust: 5.8 kt
Seas: 1.3 ft
Peak Period: 4 sec
Pres: 29.95 falling
Air Temp: 67.1 °F
Water Temp: 68.7 °F

Wave Summary
4:00 pm EDT
2000 GMT 09/19/17
Swell: 0.3 ft
Period: 6.7 sec
Direction: ESE
Wind Wave: 1.3 ft
Period: 3.8 sec
Direction: NE

Marine Forecast for 45007National Weather Service Chicago/Romeoville IL2:47 PM Tuesday September 19.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, weak high pressure of 30.0 inches across lakemichigan will drift east tonight. low pressure of 29.3 inchesacross the canadian prairie provinces will gradually weakenthrough midweek with an associated trough of low pressure around29.8 inches weakening as it approaches the lake late wednesdaynight. high pressure around 30.1 inches will prevail across thecentral and eastern great lakes during the latter part of the weekand into the weekend.