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Seas given as significant wave height...which is the average height of the highest 1/3 of the waves. Individual waves may be more than twice the significant wave height.
E Pacific from the Equator to 30n E of 140w and 03.4s to the Equator E of 120w
Synopsis valid 1800 UTC Thu Jun 22. 24 hour forecast valid 1800 UTC Fri Jun 23. 48 hour forecast valid 1800 UTC Sat Jun 24.
.Synopsis and forecast.
.N of 20n W of a line from 30n118w to 20n130w winds 20 kt or less. Seas 8 to 10 ft primarily in N swell. .24 hour forecast winds 20 kt or less. Seas less than 8 ft. .48 hour forecast N of 25n W of a line from 30n130w to 25n132w winds 20 kt or less. Seas 8 to 9 ft in N swell.
.From 05n to 09n between 99w and 108w winds 20 kt or less. Seas 8 ft primarily in SW swell. .24 hour forecast from 08n to 10n between 110w and 115w winds 20 kt or less. Seas 8 ft primarily in SW swell.
.S of 02s W of 114w winds 20 kt or less. Seas 8 in SW swell. .24 hour forecast winds 20 kt or less. Seas less than 8 ft.
.Remainder of area winds 20 kt or less. Seas less than 8 ft.
Convection valid at 2100 UTC Thu Jun 22...
.Low pressure of 1009 mb near 14.5n94.5w...scattered moderate isolated strong from 13n to 16n between 94w and 96w.
.Intertropical convergence zone/monsoon trough... The monsoon trough axis extends from 12n95w to 10n104w to 11n110w to 08n120w to 07n130w to 06n133w. The ITCZ continues from 06n133w to beyond 06n140w. Scattered moderate and isolated strong is from 08n to 11n between 111w and 114w...and from 08n to 10n between 114w and 122w.
$$ .Forecaster gr. National Hurricane Center.