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Eastern Great Lakes Marine Data
Eastern Great Lakes Map 45159 45160 45012 LSCM4 45147 SBIO1 45005 45132 DBLN6 45142 45139 45135 ABAN6 THIN6 SUPN6 45151 45149 45008 45143 45137 45003 45152 45154
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Latest ObservationsLatest Forecast
Station 45003
45° 21.1' N 82° 50.4' W

12:50 am EDT
0450 GMT 08/24/17
Wind: NNW (330°), 19.4 kt
Gust: 23.3 kt
Seas: 4.3 ft
Peak Period: 5 sec
Pres: 29.96 rising
Air Temp: 58.6 °F
Water Temp: 64.8 °F

Wave Summary
1:00 am EDT
0500 GMT 08/24/17
Swell: 0.0 ft
Period: 9.1 sec
Direction: N
Wind Wave: 4.3 ft
Period: 5.3 sec
Direction: WNW

Marine Forecast for 45003National Weather Service Detroit/Pontiac MI9:38 PM Wednesday August 23.occasional wave height is the average ofthe highest 1/10 of the wave spectrum.synopsis, high pressure, 30.10 inches, will continue to pusheast from the central plains into great lakes/ohio valley bythursday afternoon. a secondary cold front will also push through onthursday as northwesterly flow veers more northerly thursday morninginto thursday evening, bringing concerns for waterspout activitythroughout the day. otherwise, high pressure will remained situatedover the great lakes and will strengthen slightly to 30.20 inchesfriday and saturday, before moving east out of the area on sunday.