Tuesday, February 23, 2016

A slightly different sort of wave.

More big swell to arrive on Wednesday.  This one is actually coming from the WSW, at 10'@17s.  As in a pretty massive southerly swell.  Should really light up our typical summer spots that can handle that much energy.  This the result from a low latitude NPAC system that just beat the hell out of the north shore of Hawaii.  Should be a pretty fun day.  Again, use caution and know your ocean limits.  More big swell to arrive late on Friday, but this time from a more typical WNW angle.  Should be good run of swell, although a little more onshore flow is expected for the weekend.  Continued warmth through Thursday, with day time highs in the mid 70s and morning lows in the upper 40s to low 50s.  By Friday we drop back into the upper 60s, as a system moves through to our north.  We could even see SW flow and clouds develop.  By early next work week, we could be back up into the 70s.  It must suck living some where cold (or hot) and seeing our awesome weather.

It is waterfall season.  

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