Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Not much relief

The local cams and spot checks seem stuck on pause - fog, onshore, small, crappy.  Seems like it's been that way for an eternity at this point in the summer.  There is a storm circulation out in the Nor Pac which will send us a very small pulse of mid period/windswell by the weekend - but it's going to be fairly insignificant and probably hard to detect with the local windswell.  That's about all the hope i have for all of us as we move into Mid August.  Southern hemi has gone to sleep for with no storms producing swell this week - fog and low clouds and onshore winds to continue - with winds "lightest" for the morning sessions.  Good week to get work done and maybe plan a trip to warmer waters.  September is one day closer and hopefully this stubborn weather pattern will break down soon.  Cya in the water.

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