Wednesday 06/06/12 Report and Prediction

Report:  Light offshore winds this AM and a mid-period E swell.  A big high tide is swamping out many breaks, but standouts are holding a fun wave.

Prediction:  Winds are predicted to come around light offshore by mid-morning and then should ramp up a bit by late morning/early afternoon from the SSE as the day heats up.

Extended Forecast: Some small ESE groundswell (think small but long-period… like 1′ at 12 seconds or so) is predicted to slowly build Thursday into Friday, with offshore winds predicted to dominate the latter half of the week.  Of course, there will always be the likelihood of a warm-weather-induced windshift to the SSE in the late AM or early afternoon as the day heats up.  As always, I recommend you monitor sources of local for up to date information concerning winds and waves.

Looking ahead: The background swell backs down for the weekend, but enough may hold for small-wave surfing.  Potential new round of windswell early next week.  Check back late work-week for an update.

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