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PKZ411-171415-
Bering Sea Offshore West of 180 and East of the International
Dateline-
302 PM AKST Sat Dec 16 2017

...STORM WARNING SUNDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHT...
.TONIGHT...SW wind 15 to 25 kt becoming S 25 to 40 kt after
midnight. Seas 8 to 13 ft.
.SUN...S wind 35 to 50 kt. Seas 11 to 19 ft building to 17 to 29
ft in the afternoon. Rain and snow.
.SUN NIGHT...SW wind 35 to 50 kt diminishing to 30 to 40 kt after
midnight. Seas 20 to 30 ft. Rain and snow showers.
.MON...SW wind 40 kt. Seas 22 to 29 ft.
.MON NIGHT...SW wind 35 to 45 kt. Seas 28 to 32 ft.
.TUE...W wind 25 to 40 kt. Seas 15 to 30 ft.
.WED THROUGH THU...W wind 10 to 25 kt. Seas 9 to 14 ft.

$$

PKZ499-171415-
302 PM AKST Sat Dec 16 2017
.SYNOPSIS FOR CENTRAL BERING SEA...

A 977 mb low at 59N 166W becomes a 986 mb low near 57N 156W tonight
and continues across the Gulf of Alaska for Mon afternoon. The
associated front moves into the Eastern Bering Sun evening. A 985 mb
Kamchatka low deepens to 949 mb Mon morning. Its associated front
moves across the Bering and Aleutians by Mon afternoon.

$$

Derived from FZAK62PAFC - Updated 15:05 12/16/2017


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