Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Remaining cool through next upstream event.

The power of our warming the next few days is looking diminished.  Likely staying in the 60s through the weekend.  Large surf is subsiding through the next few days.  Very northerly angle to this current swell, so much smaller at south facing breaks.  Make of it what you will.  Improving conditions Wednesday and through the end of the work week.  Another storm moves ashore near Portland on Friday.  We remain dry.  But it helps keep things cool around.  Even with that, we will see slightly warmer tempos this weekend.  Slightly.  Late Sunday into Monday we see another chance for a storm to dive south and bring us more cold weather, and perhaps some more rain.  We will keep a close eye on this one, as it is looking as predictable as the last.

Good reports coming out of Tahoe with a foot plus to two feet of heavy dense snow coating the mountains.  Mt Rose opens tomorrow and Boreal this weekend.  If this storm next Monday pans out to look like this last one, some of the other non mega corp resorts will start to open.  The profit squeezers will always find a reason to wait until their posted opening day.

No comments:

Post a Comment