Photo: High winds

Wind-driven waves crash into the Douglas Harbor breakwater as an Alaska Marine Lines tug maneuvers in Gastineau Channel on Wednesday. A second tug was called in to help get the barge docked at AML's site at the rock dump downtown. The Nation Weather Service has issued a high wind warning through Thursday morning with gusts up to 65 mph.

Wind-driven waves crash into the Douglas Harbor breakwater as an Alaska Marine Lines tug maneuvers in Gastineau Channel on Wednesday. A second tug was called in to help get the barge docked at AML’s site at the rock dump downtown. The Nation Weather Service has issued a high wind warning through Thursday morning with gusts up to 65 mph.

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