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Winter Impacts Finally Easing in the West; Rain and Storms Across the South; Flooding Threat in Hawaii

Impacts from the strong winter storm across the west will continue to ease through the day. However, additional mountain snow and rain will be possible through Tuesday. A front stretching from the Upper Midwest through the Southern Plains will increase heavy rain and thunderstorms from the Upper to Lower Mississippi Valley. In Hawaii, rounds of heavy rain will lead to flooding potential today. Read More >

blue ball Humboldt Bay Harbor
Coastal Waters  near shore waters and westward out to 60 nautical miles
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  Oregon and Washington
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Offshore Waters  60 to 250 nautical miles offshore
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High Seas Forecasts beyond 250 nautical miles
blue ball East Pacific north of 30N (text) 
blue ball U.S. High Seas Forecasts by Area (~39kb)
Marine Forecasts across the country
blue ball NWS Marine Products (includes Tropical Cyclones)
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Graphical/Digital Marine Forecasts
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blue ball NW CA Point Forecast Matrix
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