MARINE SYNOPSIS: Latest surface analysis this morning depicts a frontal boundary approaching the Outer Coast Water zones, with higher pressure over the remaining marine zones. Low cloud cover is spreading across all marine zones this morning ahead of the front, with rain affecting most of the coastal and offshore waters. Winds are breeziest over the Outer Coastal waters, with all other zones experiencing light winds. The front will weaken as it pushes inland today, with rain becoming more scattered. Winds will remain breezy enough over all Coastal Water zones to warrant a low-end SCA. Winds will relax later this evening. Thereafter, expect light winds through the remainder of the week and the upcoming weekend across all waters. Swells will increase in association with the frontal boundary today, generally to between 7-9ft. Seas will ease later tonight and into Thursday generally ranging from 3-5 ft through the weekend. Kovacik (Issued: 1022 AM PDT Wed Sep 28 2022 by NOAA)
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