MARINE SYNOPSIS: Another system will make its way over the waters throughout the day Saturday and into early Sunday, which will likely maintain gale force winds over the coastal waters along with hazardous seas /although waves and swells likely to not be anything near what was experienced Friday/. Elsewhere, expect SCA level winds in the Strait as well as the northern interior waters, including Admiralty Inlet. As such, all headlines impacting the aforementioned waters have been extended through at least tonight. A frontal system will then cross the area on Sunday, with winds turning back to the W/NW. SCA level winds will be likely over at least the coastal waters and down the Strait...so above headlines may need further extension. Breezy winds can then be expected at times through early next week as several additional systems pass thru. Generally expect SCA level winds as active weather remains in place next week. Swells hovering right around 10 ft this morning before easing a bit this afternoon, which should allow for rough bar SCA to expire. However, seas look to rise again tonight in advance of Sunday system, up to 10-12 ft. They look to remain that way into early next week. (Issued: 325 AM PST Sat Feb 4 2023 by NOAA)
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