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20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012

 
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20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
20 foot plus waves forecasted for lower half of lake huron, Ontario Canada.

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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
3 plus foot, exceeding graphing maximum, water displacement in most southern waters of lake huron. I'm not too sure about these figures, but I think low lying areas south of sarnia down river, like walpole island are going to be submerged.
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
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Water displacement forecast for lake huron.
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
A previous forecast had 33 foot waves on the south end of Lake Michigan.
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
I'm close to Lake Ontario, do you know about that?
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That's some mighty big waves!thumbs
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
I'm right in the center of the great lakes, southwestern Ontario. Sarnia is like a 45 minute drive for me.
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
That's some mighty big waves!thumbs
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Yeah man, especially for a lake.
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
That's some mighty big waves!thumbs
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Yeah man, especially for a lake.
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Some crazy shit goin' down lately as we draw closer to December.
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
Can't help but think of Bruce Nuclear and the Pickering Nuke.
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
[link to www.glerl.noaa.gov]

That's no good, if you live below that purple area..
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
The Great Lakes are technically inland seas with over 1000 foot depths. 20 foot waves are not uncommon. I'm a deck officer on a lake freighter and I've seen true 45 foot wakes on Lake Superior and 27 footers on Lake Michigan. You just need a good wind that blows down the fetch.

A 20 footer on a Great Lake makes a 20 foot ocean wave look like a ripple on a pond. Fresh water is less viscous. It's hard when it hits. Plus they are steeper and closer together. Ocean sailors piss their panties when they encounter a GL storm.
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Can't help but think of Bruce Nuclear and the Pickering Nuke.
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Omg.. I hope our engineers adapted the plants for such upcoming fury..

Scary times..
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
Thanks for the input Laker guy. Interesting.
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
The Great Lakes are technically inland seas with over 1000 foot depths. 20 foot waves are not uncommon. I'm a deck officer on a lake freighter and I've seen true 45 foot wakes on Lake Superior and 27 footers on Lake Michigan. You just need a good wind that blows down the fetch.

A 20 footer on a Great Lake makes a 20 foot ocean wave look like a ripple on a pond. Fresh water is less viscous. It's hard when it hits. Plus they are steeper and closer together. Ocean sailors piss their panties when they encounter a GL storm.
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What are your thoughts on the 3 foot water displacement covering a large portion of the lake?
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That's some mighty big waves!thumbs
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Yeah man, especially for a lake.
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Check Out Erie's forecast for tomorrow evening!! WOW!

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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
I noticed that as well.. and that's just it.. the fury of the high waves, 25' +, ARE highly concentrated right next to the shoreline..
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
The Great Lakes are technically inland seas with over 1000 foot depths. 20 foot waves are not uncommon. I'm a deck officer on a lake freighter and I've seen true 45 foot wakes on Lake Superior and 27 footers on Lake Michigan. You just need a good wind that blows down the fetch.

A 20 footer on a Great Lake makes a 20 foot ocean wave look like a ripple on a pond. Fresh water is less viscous. It's hard when it hits. Plus they are steeper and closer together. Ocean sailors piss their panties when they encounter a GL storm.
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What are your thoughts on the 3 foot water displacement covering a large portion of the lake?
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If I understand what you're asking, that's called a seche. When a wind blows from one direction, say the north, it will pile up water at the south end of the lake. Like a sloshing bath tub.

Seches have killed unsuspecting beach goers in Chicago. I've seen 8 foot differences in Lake Erie.
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
The Great Lakes are technically inland seas with over 1000 foot depths. 20 foot waves are not uncommon. I'm a deck officer on a lake freighter and I've seen true 45 foot wakes on Lake Superior and 27 footers on Lake Michigan. You just need a good wind that blows down the fetch.

A 20 footer on a Great Lake makes a 20 foot ocean wave look like a ripple on a pond. Fresh water is less viscous. It's hard when it hits. Plus they are steeper and closer together. Ocean sailors piss their panties when they encounter a GL storm.
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What are your thoughts on the 3 foot water displacement covering a large portion of the lake?
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If I understand what you're asking, that's called a seche. When a wind blows from one direction, say the north, it will pile up water at the south end of the lake. Like a sloshing bath tub.

Seches have killed unsuspecting beach goers in Chicago. I've seen 8 foot differences in Lake Erie.
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Thank you for sharing that. Should we be worried about Lake St. Claire behaving like a bath tub during these next few days of 50 mph winds and huge waves from the other lakes?

Thanks in advance :)
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
south coast of Lake Ontario is looking to get 20+ ft waves as well.

[link to www.glerl.noaa.gov]

This is what concerns me though. Lake Ontario is expected to get 47.5 knot wind speeds. That's some strong winds for around here

[link to www.glerl.noaa.gov]

Lake Erie is the worse though. look at this wind speed pic. It gets up to 50+ knots.

[link to www.glerl.noaa.gov]

Not to mention the 24 ft+ waves expected.

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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
Lake Erie always get things worse because it is shallower.
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
The Lake Erie projected wave height map shows the highest waves to be hitting the shore right at Cleveland and it's Eastern and Western lake front suburbs.
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
south coast of Lake Ontario is looking to get 20+ ft waves as well.

[link to www.glerl.noaa.gov]

This is what concerns me though. Lake Ontario is expected to get 47.5 knot wind speeds. That's some strong winds for around here

[link to www.glerl.noaa.gov]

Lake Erie is the worse though. look at this wind speed pic. It gets up to 50+ knots.

[link to www.glerl.noaa.gov]

Not to mention the 24 ft+ waves expected.

[link to www.glerl.noaa.gov]
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What's bothering me most is that the high waves and water displacement is concentrated on the hairpin of the lake shores.
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I'm close to Lake Ontario, do you know about that?
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[link to www.glerl.noaa.gov]

Lake Ontario to also expect highly concentrated 25+ foot waves around same time.
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I'm close to Lake Ontario, do you know about that?
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[link to www.glerl.noaa.gov]

Lake Ontario to also expect highly concentrated 25+ foot waves around same time.
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South central shoreline to be hit hard, north of the lake appears to remain calm throughout the system.
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
I'm 5mins away from lake Ontario in Burlington, and may venture down to watch the waves roll in near the lift bridge and the skyway bridge over the Hamilton harbor area.

Well I'll see how it looks first, could be interesting
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I'm 5mins away from lake Ontario in Burlington, and may venture down to watch the waves roll in near the lift bridge and the skyway bridge over the Hamilton harbor area.

Well I'll see how it looks first, could be interesting
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All the big waves will be on the Eastern shore of lake Ontario. If anything I would expect that you would see alot more beach front since all the water will be pushed to the American shores.
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Re: 20 foot+ waves forecasted for lake huron, ontario canada, 10/30/2012
20 foot plus waves forecasted for lower half of lake huron, Ontario Canada.

[link to www.glerl.noaa.gov]
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I knew this would get pinned eventually.wink
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