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    MARINE SYNOPSIS: High pressure will continue to weaken throughout the day, with northerly winds over the coastal waters. A weak frontal system will pass over the waters into Saturday and bring elevated winds offshore, and through the Strait of Juan De Fuca. Right now, these winds look to be below Small Craft Advisory strength thresholds. A stronger frontal system will enter our area Sunday into Monday, bringing likely gale force strength winds over the outer coastal waters, and through the Strait of Juan De Fuca. Latest NBM 4.1 guidance has trended stronger, with a 60-80% chance of gale force strength winds. Therefore, have issued a Gale Watch for the outer coastal waters, and the Central/Eastern Entrance of the Strait, starting Sunday morning and extending into Tuesday. Coastal seas will remain 2 to 4 feet through today. Seas will then begin to build 4 to 7 feet into Sunday, continuously building even more into Sunday night once the aforementioned stronger system pushes through the area, with seas up around 15 to 18 feet from Monday into Tuesday. The threat for high surf conditions will need to be further evaluated. Mazurkiewicz/LH (Issued: 945 AM PDT Fri Sep 22 2023 by NOAA)

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