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    MARINE SYNOPSIS: A series of frontal systems will make their way across the waters Monday through Thursday. Winds in the inland waters have come down to below Small Craft Advisory, and this lull in winds is expected to continue overnight. Winds will increase again Monday, first along the coast and in the Central and East Strait of Juan de Fuca in the early morning, then for the rest of the coastal waters in the afternoon. Confidence is highest for gales along the coast and for the East Strait, but is less so for the Northern Inland Waters--thus keeping the watch until the next update. The Central Strait looks to avoid headlines Monday night into Tuesday with the southerly winds along the Puget Sound into the Strait of Georgia and tapering down along the coast. While a break in wind headlines for the long term is expected, SCA conditions for seas will likely remain along the coast into the end of the week. Seas at 10 to 12 ft will rise to 15 to 17 ft on Monday before reaching 18 to 20 ft Tuesday. Seas then will drop to around 10 ft by Thursday and look to remain around 8-10 ft Friday and into the weekend. LH/18 (Issued: 838 PM PST Sun Dec 3 2023 by NOAA)

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