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Station 46419 (LLNR 765.7) - NORTHWEST SEATTLE - 300 NM WNW of Seattle, WA

Owned and maintained by National Data Buoy Center
2.6 meter DART buoy
DART II payload
48.805 N 129.616 W (48°48'17" N 129°36'58" W)

Water depth: 2795 m
Watch circle radius: 2067 yards

As of 0200z, 10/27/21, the buoy at station 46419 has gone adrift and has ran aground on 12/02/21. The latest position of the drifting buoy can be found here.

Important Notice to Mariners

Meteorological Observations from Nearby Stations and Ships Image indicating link to RSS feed of recent meteorological observations near station 46419

DART Program Description

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Station 46419
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Plot of Water Column Height Data for Station 46419

-- Plot of 15-second data --
Plot of Water Column Height 15-second Data for Station 46419

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Water Column Heights:
04/24/2014 02:00:00 to 04/24/2014 06:59:00

The data are recorded in pounds per square inch absolute (PSIA), but are displayed in meters of water after applying a constant 670.0 mm of water/PSIA conversion factor.

T = Measurement Type;
     where 1 = 15-minute measurement; 2 = 1-minute measurement; 3 = 15-second measurement

Description of Measurements

Links which are specific to this station are listed below:

Real Time Data in tabular form for the last forty-five days.

Historical Data & Climatic Summaries for quality controlled data for the current month, previous months, and previous years.

The weekly maintenance report also provides valuable station information.

Note that the payload types and the station locations occasionally change.
Please refer to the NDBC data inventory for the data history of each station.