Friday Morning

Friday, December 21, 2018

Winter solstice is the shortest day in the Northern Hemisphere. A full moon (called the Cold Moon) and the Ursid meteor shower in 2018, and one of my little sister’s Birthday today!  Happy Birthday Lisa!
40 and cloudy this morning, West swell 14.4ft @ 8.9-12 sec’s with light SSE winds, water temp down to 48.2.  Low tide was at 4:39am, sunrise at 7:54am and  high tide at 10:34am.  Later today, high of 48 with some sun later this afternoon, WNW 12ft@ 12 sec’s with S winds 5-10mph.  Tonight WNW 10ft@12 sec’s with SSE winds 5-10mph, low of 42 and cloudy with 10% chance of rain. Sunset at 4:33p and minus low tide at 5:45pm.

Saturday: SW 7-8ft@ 10 sec’s with SSE winds 15-20+mph, low of 45, high of 48 with 100% chance of rain and wind in the PM
Sunday: W 15-20ft@ 10 sec’s with SW winds 10-15mph, 43/49, clouds and 90%
Monday: W 12ft@12 sec’s with ESE winds 5-10mph, 40/48, clouds and 80%
Tuesday, Christmas Day: W 8ft@12 sec’s with NW winds 5-10mph, 40/49, partly cloudy and  20%
Wednesday: WSW 7-8ft@ 12 sec’s with SW winds 5-10mph, 40/48, clouds and 50%
Thursday: W 10ft@12 sec’s with NW winds 5-10mph, 41/49, partly cloudy and  20%