Sunday, October 2, 2011

Week Ahead

Hope you got out today - was silky smooth most of the morning with some really fun waves.  Storm door is open - front will drop out of the northwest tonight and we'll see rain develop by tomorrow afternoon in the N Bay.  Swell will be on the heels of this storm - with head to double overhead waves by Tuesday morning.  Light south wind early, increasing during the day.  Tuesday is the break between storms (perhaps lingering showers) continued south wind and plenty of size at north facing breaks.  Tuesday night storm #2 comes onshore packing a much wetter (and windy) punch.  Look for generally messed up conditions all day Wednesday - as another new swell builds in late in the day pushing heights back up in the 6-10 ft range by Thursday (deep water heights).  Winds will shift to the WNW behind the storm on Wednesday and will stay from that direction through Thursday.  By late Thursday or into Friday we might see winds shift offshore as the low pressure system drives into the Great Basin.  More on that mid week.  So, plenty of swell to be around - but wind/rain and less than ideal conditions will be present through at least Wednesday.  Cya in the water.

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