Monday, January 12, 2015
Strong high pressure, as we've had the past few drought years in January, has locked the N Pac down since just before Christmas. Not much swell and no rain but conditions have been clean with offshore winds many days. Pattern looks to break down by the end of this week with the storm door opening. Until then some good days ahead with light AM winds. A new powerful swell will charge in on Thursday pushing deepwater heights into the 6-10 ft range with offshore winds. This looks to be the beginning of a solid run of larger swells through the back half of January. Deep low pressure in the N Pac looks to replace high pressure and start pumping out storms and swell. Happy New Year and cya in the water.
at 8:08 AM