Monday, May 2, 2011
High pressure gave us a decent Sunday - better than forecast with offshore to light winds most of the day at many spots. Winds have turned weekly onshore this morning as a low pressure system well to our north pushes fog and low clouds to the coast. Look for cooler weather still on Tuesday then a brief warm up Wednesday with offshore winds forecast and temps in the 70s at the beach. Wednesday looks like the best day of the week - with more cooling expected for Thursday through next weekend. Surf remains small - 1.6 at 12 from 310 (deepwater height) and 1.3 at 14 from 180. Look for surf to pick up Wednesday as a new nw swell fills in - shoulder to overhead sets at northwest facing breaks. That swell will linger into Thursday, fade Friday. Cya in the water.
at 8:17 AM