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Pan Thickness of Sea Ice
N New Ice 0-4in (0-10cm)
YNG Young Ice 4-12in (10-30cm)
FL First Year Thin Ice 12-28in (30-70cm)
FM First Year Medium Ice 28-47in (70-120cm)
FT First Year Thick Ice > 47in (120cm)
FY First Year Ice greater than 12in
OLD Multi-year Ice


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SEA ICE ADVISORY FOR WESTERN AND ARCTIC ALASKAN COASTAL WATERS  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ANCHORAGE ALASKA 
130 PM AKDT FRIDAY 28 NOVEMBER 2014 

FORECAST VALID...WEDNESDAY 03 DECEMBER 2014

ANALYSIS CONFIDENCE...LOW
                      
SYNOPSIS...A WEAK AREA OF LOW PRESSURE OFF THE SIBERIAN COAST WILL 
DISSIPATE SUNDAY AFTERNOON. A DEVELOPING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL 
ENTER THE WESTERN BERING SEA SUNDAY MORNING AND MOVE TO THE CENTRAL 
BERING SEA ON MONDAY. A FRONT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS LOW WILL SKIRT 
THE WEST COAST OF ALASKA AND PUSH INTO THE CHUKCHI SEA ON TUESDAY. 
HIGH PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE OVER THE BEAUFORT SEA THROUGH LATE 
MONDAY UNTIL A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM DROPS OUT OF OF THE ARCTIC.
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