Thursday, January 31, 2013
Ideal conditions for the the next few mornings with offshore flow. New, long period northwest swell will begin to fill in late Friday night and Saturday morning - getting quite solid Saturday afternoon with double overhead sets by sundown. Swell is 280-300. Sunday will be bigger - 10-15ft deepwater, same direction. Good AM winds. Surf should stay good size into the first of next week. Additionally, no rain forecast right now through next Wednesday, but we might finally see a bit of rain next Thursday. Side note - January was the 3rd driest month on record in SF - .49 inches of rain - going back since they started keeping records in the 1860s. Doesn't bode well for the State if this trend continues and it certainly keeps our good winter sand bars from perking up at the spots that like a wet winter. Odd season weather wise for sure. Plenty to ride, check the AM winds. Cya in the water.
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