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    MARINE SYNOPSIS: A very strong low pressure system will rapidly intensify and move into the area Sunday into Monday. NBM ensemble guidance has continue to trend stronger with winds, with a 80-95% chance of gale force sustained winds and a 55-75% chance of storm force gusts across the outer coastal waters for Sunday night into early Monday morning. Given this trend, have issued a Storm Watch for the outer coastal waters for the aforementioned period, and a Gale Watch for the inner coastal waters. Additionally, gales likely develop in the Strait of Juan de Fuca as the strong pressure gradient develops across the strait. Gales are likely to continue across the coastal waters into Monday. Winds should ease up beginning Tuesday and remain below thresholds through next week. Seas will begin to build tomorrow to 5 to 7 ft Sunday with the first frontal system, then building Sunday night into Monday up to 15-18 ft, first for the outer waters Monday then reaching the coastline Tuesday. Steep waves will also develop across Grays Harbor bar with a small craft advisory also issued there. LH/12 (Issued: 857 PM PDT Fri Sep 22 2023 by NOAA)

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