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    Joe, you just copy and paste the link that you want to post. If on computer. Hold down left mouse key and scroll to highlight desired link. Then right click on mouse and select copy. Then go to the forum and go to post. Then right click mouse again and select paste.

    From a phone, pretty much the same thing. My iPhone I just hold my thumb on a link and it gives me options for it. And I just copy and paste.

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    Here's the link
    http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=45142


    You can also get the lastest result by phone or text message

    Text 45142 to 734-418-7299

    Call 888-701-8992 and enter buoy id 45142

    -Ed

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    Default Weather Buoy 45142

    I found out that the wave height reported for the weather buoy 45142 is measured from calm (or what would be flat water) to the peak of the waves. So when you're in a boat you experience twice that since you go from trough to peak.

    It is one of my favorite fishing weather websites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walleyerick View Post
    I found out that the wave height reported for the weather buoy 45142 is measured from calm (or what would be flat water) to the peak of the waves. So when you're in a boat you experience twice that since you go from trough to peak.

    It is one of my favorite fishing weather websites.
    Ya gotta love when you see 1-3ft and you get out there and it's rockin n Rollin.

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    So when the weather buiy say 1-3 ft, it is really like 2-6 ft when you are in the boat b/c you go up and down 6'.

    Also when the Bethlem Steel windmills are turning at >10 rpm, you can expect some wave action esp. further out.

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    Unfortunately Rick the wind mills don't work that way, they change the angle of the blades to keep the turbines from spinning too fast. I live in Sheldon where we have near 100 turbines in my back yard and they do this all the time.
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    I say if they would turn the fans(windmills) off we would have less wind & waves !


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