Friday, January 25, 2013
Another round of long period swell is on the way for Saturday and Sunday. Northern buoys are already showing 7-8 ft at 20 seconds. Swell should fill in overnight and be solid by the afternoon - deepwater likely 7-10ft periods 15-18 seconds. Another weather system may brush the northern half of the state, but rainfall looks light, if anything even falls south of the GG. Winds have increased from the north/northwest behind the front. High pressure builds in and it looks like we're going to stay high and dry for an extended period again. This should bring a return to AM offshore winds next week. Plenty of swell on tap, check the winds each morning. Even though we have north/northwest winds forecast, it might be offshore for the morning sessions Sat/Sun, but looking unlikely. Cya in the water.
at 1:17 PM