Tuesday, March 20, 2012

First Full Day of Spring

Spring arrived last night around 1020pm.  Amazingly, we have offshore winds this morning and a small northwest windswell at 5 ft 10-11 seconds from 295.  Look for the swell to jump tomorrow as a new pulse of northwest fills in - deepwater heights projected to go 10-15 ft.  We're under a "dirty ridge" as the forecast boys like to call it - weak high pressure today will give control back to low pressure starting late Wednesday as we get another shot of very light rain in here into Thursday.  Rest of the week looks unsettled with the weekend trending stormy with rain, northwest winds.  Winds look highly variable the rest of the week - right now might be the cleanest for the next several days.  South wind, northwest wind - all going to depend on front arrival and passage as the jet stream aims several disturbances our way.  Check the winds and know your spots and you'll find something to ride.  cya in the water.

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