Monday, January 28, 2013
Sat photo tells the story of the week ahead. High pressure in full control pushing the storm track (longwave) pattern up into BC and down into the Central US. This is actually a good set up for surfing, but lousy for rain and snow production in CA - which is what we've basically had for the past 2.5 weeks. Storms out in the far West Pac will send swell for later in the week and basically keep things in the mid size range. NW winds hacking it today, but the winds should turn more favorable later this week, perhaps starting Wednesday morning. Beyond, the pattern may shift as we move more into February with the stormtrack moving closer to CA and perhaps brining us some needed rain. For now, the next 10 days look dry. Check the winds each morning. Cya in the water.
at 8:08 AM