Thursday, September 18, 2014
Rain showers have ended across the region as an early season storm dropped some badly needed rain around the area. Looks like we could see more rain mid/late next week as the N Pac is very active - fueled in part by warm water and energy around the Pacific Basin. The solid southwest swell is winding down some tonight - but still decent with deepwater heights at 3-4 ft from 17 seconds. Northwest swell is winding down as well - 4-5 ft at 11 seconds. Look for the southwest to fade more Friday - with left over northwest windswell. By late Saturday, a larger pulse of northwest swell is due to hit - pushing surf heights back in the head to overhead range thru Sunday. Winds will highly variable the next few days - lightest early. Doesn't look like any huge blow out but expect stronger winds each afternoon. Plenty of surf on tap late Saturday thru Sunday. Cya in the water.
at 8:44 PM