Wave Height Forecasts for the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River (On)


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FQCN23 CWTO 172330
Wave height forecasts for the Canadian portion of the Great Lakes
issued by Environment Canada at 6:30 p.m. EST Friday 17 November 2017
for tonight and Saturday.
The next scheduled forecast will be issued at 3:00 a.m. EST Saturday.

Wave heights are for offshore and are forecast from trough to crest.
Nearshore waves may vary considerably due to shoreline effects.

Western Lake Superior.
Waves 2 metres subsiding to one this evening then building to 2 near
noon Saturday.

Eastern Lake Superior.
Waves 2 metres subsiding to one late overnight then building to 2
near noon Saturday.

Whitefish Bay.
Waves 2 metres subsiding to one this evening and to less than one
half metre late overnight. Waves building to one near noon Saturday
and to 2 Saturday evening.

Northern Lake Huron.
Waves 2 to 3 metres subsiding to one late overnight and to less than
one half metre Saturday morning. Waves building to 3 Saturday
evening.

Southern Lake Huron.
Waves 2 to 3 metres subsiding to one late overnight then building to
4 Saturday evening.

Northern Georgian Bay.
Waves one metre building to 2 this evening then subsiding to one half
metre Saturday morning. Waves building to 2 to 3 Saturday evening.

Southern Georgian Bay.
Waves one metre building to one and one half metres this evening then
subsiding to one Saturday morning. Waves building to 3 Saturday
evening.

Lake St. Clair.
Waves less than one half metre building to one half metre this
evening and to one Saturday evening.

Western Lake Erie.
Waves one metre building to 2 this evening and to 3 late overnight.

Eastern Lake Erie.
Waves less than one half metre building to one this evening and to 3
late overnight. Waves building to 4 Saturday evening.

Western Lake Ontario.
Waves less than one half metre building to one near midnight.

Eastern Lake Ontario.
Waves less than one half metre building to one late overnight and to
one and one half metres near noon Saturday.

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