Thursday, November 19, 2015
Ridge of high pressure in control for a few more days as our run of northwest swell continues to fade into and through the weekend. Northwest swell running 6-7 ft at 11 seconds - larger to our north. North to northwest winds are blowing strongest in the outer waters and should remain strong until Saturday. Best conditions will most likely be in the mornings for the next couple of days. By Sunday swell should be in the 3-5ft range. Big changes starting around Monday as a large area of cold low pressure will drop down from the Gulf of Alaska for the holiday week bringing wind, some rain and much colder temps. Would expect to see swell increase as well but could be a mess with all the wind. More on that late in the weekend. Water temps have cooled now - running in the mid 50's. Cya in the water.
at 7:55 AM