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    Broad high pressure situated across the Pacific Northwest, with a weak thermal trough situated along the coastline. The next frontal system is situated well offshore, sitting around 135 W as of this afternoon. Winds are offshore/easterly across the coastal waters today, with the breeziest winds through the Central Strait of Juan de Fuca, reaching 15 to 20 kt. Winds should remain just below Small Craft Advisory level going into tonight, so the advisory has been dropped. Offshore flow will be enhanced through the gaps around the Olympics tomorrow as the system approaches, thus a Small Craft Advisory will begin early tomorrow morning for the coastal waters north of Point Grenville, as well as the Central and West Entrance to the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Winds will pickup in the coastal waters north of Cape Shoalwater, as well as into the Eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca and through Puget Sound Saturday afternoon as the front moves through the coastal waters. Winds look to ease area-wide late Saturday night into Sunday. High pressure will return Sunday afternoon into the beginning of next week, with a few pushes of westerly winds down the Strait of Juan de Fuca which will likely require additional headlines. Seas remain around 3 to 5 ft through tonight. Seas will rise to 8 to 12 ft Saturday afternoon into Sunday. Seas may be steep, particularly through the outermost waters, over the weekend with the dominant period being 9 seconds. Seas decreasing to 6 to 8 ft Sunday and Monday then decreasing further into midweek. LH (Issued: 818 PM PDT Fri Apr 19 2024 by NOAA)

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