Saturday, April 22, 2017
UPDATED FORECAST 4-22, SOUTHWEST SWELL
SW swell in the water this am - 3-4ft at 17-18 seconds from 195. Small north swell continues as well. Winds are generally east or non existent as a weak front is moving through Northwest CA - actually bringing rain north of Jenner at present. Crazy swing from the great day yesterday. Winds will most likely pick up behind the front tonight and tomorrow and west swell will increase back to 9-10 ft at 14 seconds and that swell will pretty much hold through Monday, back off some Tuesday and then increase again on Wednesday as the Pacific remains very active for this late in the season with more rain forecast on Monday/Tuesday - heavy rain in fact far north, with much less around the Bay Area. Southern Hemisphere season has started at this point and is also pretty active. The current sw swell will probably be lost in the more dominant energy tomorrow, however spots that like swells from that direction will be fun. Check the winds - plenty to ride for the coming week. Cya in the water.
at 7:36 AM