Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Updated Forecast

Small west swell most of this week - probably waist to head high (touch bigger at times) - and the most size at north/northwest facing breaks.  Warm temps inland the next two days, but fog remains at the coast as light onshore flow is pretty persistent, even with high pressure overhead.  Winds have been light onshore and should remain that way into Wednesday, but then pick up towards the end of the week as high pressure moves off and low pressure well to our north increases the onshore push of fog and low clouds.  It looks like winter is over for us, models hinting at perhaps a chance of rain again middle of next week - but i think that's wishful model thinking.  The pattern we've been in since January is pretty rock solid and once the normal springtime high pressure sets up in the Gulf of Alaska it's game over for the storm track.  So, surf early, keep an eye on the winds and you might get something to ride.  Cya in the water.

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