Alright, alright… trying something new. It is obvious we have a new format going here (see Brent’s post below), with the intent of easing the process of updating content so we can be a little more free-style, dynamic, and up-to-date; including our efforts to update the report and prediction.
So, let’s get down to business:
Report: Today we saw the continuation of the mid-period E swell and light to moderate winds. While I missed the AM session due to other obligations and cannot offer a first-hand report, I do have credible reports that it was a decent time before the tide dropped out and winds came up.
Prediction: More of the same, swell-wise, for Saturday, with South winds predicted for the entirety of the day. There are some models indicating the winds may be a bit lighter with a SSW tilt early AM before coming around and up a bit from the South by mid-morning.
Extended Forecast: Fading E swell on Sunday with N-NNE winds predicted for most of the day. A new low is predicted to come barreling through overnight Sunday-Monday, bringing hard SSE winds, driving up a new South windswell. As the front clears out and high pressure comes into play on Monday, winds should come around to an offshore angle, most likely SW or WSW; details are TBD and will be detailed during my next update sometime Sunday.