Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Storm door open, better conditions towards the weekend
Strong low pressure in the North Pacific will continue to rotate waves of showers/rain through our area through tonight. Winds are out of the southeast right now with a mix of small gulf windswell at 4.5 ft at 10 seconds from 325 and very tiny southwest swell. Next three days look sketchy at best, but check the winds. By the weekend, high pressure may briefly build over the region giving us some sun and perhaps more favorable winds. I'll update later in the week. As a side note, was in Rhode Island over the past weekend and it was firing Friday and Saturday from hurricane swell. Pretty amazing stretch of coast line if you can catch it good. Cya in the water.
at 8:32 AM