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GMZ800 Fzus52 Ktbw 110103 Cwftbw Coastal Waters Forecast For Florida National Weather Service Tampa Bay Area Ruskin Fl 903 Pm Edt Sat Apr 10 2021 Gulf Coastal Waters From Bonita Beach To The Mouth Of The Suwannee River Out To 60 Nm. Important Notice To Mariners...marine Forecasts Are Issued At Least Four Times A Day. Boaters On Extended Trips Should Routinely Monitor Subsequent Forecast Issuances And Updates For The Latest Marine Weather Information. The Wave Heights Are Forecast As Significant Wave Height Which Is The Average Of The Highest One third Of The Waves. The Highest Waves May Rarely Be Twice The Significant Wave Height. The Winds And Seas Near Thunderstorms May Be Higher Than Forecast. Gmz800 111000 Synopsis For The Coastal Waters From Bonita Beach To Suwannee River 903 Pm Edt Sat Apr 10 2021 Synopsis..Numerous showers and scattered storm along and ahead of the cold front will impact the waters tonight through Sunday night. South to southwest winds in the 15 to 20 knot range with higher gusts in the vicinity of Thunderstorms tonight through Sunday will shift to the west and northwest late Sunday night into Monday with the frontal passage. The showers and storms will end from north to south late Sunday night into early Monday as drier air moves into the region through Tuesday and high pressure builds in over the area in the wake of the front with diminishing winds and subsiding seas expected. Another front will bring additional showers to the waters late Wednesday through Friday, but no significant increase in wind or seas are expected at this time.