Monday, March 7, 2011
Onshore/spring time winds the rule for the next five days. Probably lightest for the AM sesh Wednesday - otherwise - pretty messy at most north facing/west facing breaks. Main source of swell will continue to be the northeast Pacific - with shoulder to head high + waves (at north facing breaks) the rule until Friday when a bigger pulse of WNW swell is due - at that time we may see deep water swell back in the 8-12ft range. Small storms forecast for tonight and Thursday - but rain stays mostly in the North Bay region. Minor chance of rain over the weekend - but it's looking more and more like the storm track is getting ready to pull out of here for the season and retreat to the northern latitudes until next Fall. Southern Hemisphere is starting to show some early signs of life - but a bit too early yet to really focus on it. Make the best of what you can get. cya in the water.
at 4:23 PM