Monday Morning

Nasty out there this morning, WNW 12-13 ft @ 8-13 sec’s with NW winds 10mph, water temp to 51, air temp around 43 and cloudy.  Low tide was at 5:13am, sunrise at 7:34am and high tide at 11:08am.   Later , NW 12-15ft@ 12 sec’s with NW winds 10-20mph, high of 52, cloudy and 40% chance of rain with sunset at 4:33pm.  Tonight NW 15+++ft@ 17 sec’s with light NNW winds, low of 44, clouds and 40% chance of rain, minus low tide at 6:04pm.

There is a High Surf Advisory :
HIGH SURF ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM NOON TODAY TO 1 AM PST TUESDAY FOR THE NORTH AND CENTRAL COAST OF OREGON… AND THE SOUTH WASHINGTON COAST… * SEAS… BUILDING TO 21 TO 25 FT WITH A DOMINANT PERIOD OF 16 TO 18 SECONDS LATE THIS AFTERNOON OR EARLY EVENING. ENERGY WILL BE OUT OF THE WEST/NORTHWEST. HIGHEST SEAS WILL BE IN THE NORTH OREGON AND SOUTH WASHINGTON WATERS. SEAS REMAIN ABOVE 20 FT THIS EVENING… AND THEN EASE TO AROUND 15 FEET BY TUE MORNING. SURF IMPACTS… BOTH BEACH EROSION AND LARGE SNEAKER WAVES ARE POSSIBLE. SNEAKER WAVES RUN CONSIDERABLY FURTHER UP THE BEACH THAN REGULAR WAVES AND CAN EASILY KNOCK PEOPLE AND PETS OFF THEIR FEET AND DRAG THEM OUT TO SEA. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS… A HIGH SURF ADVISORY MEANS THAT HIGH SURF WILL AFFECT BEACHES IN THE ADVISORY AREA… PRODUCING RIP CURRENTS AND LOCALIZED BEACH EROSION

Tuesday, NW 12-15ft@ 12 sec’s with SSE winds 5-10mph, low of 45, high of 52, clouds and 50% chance of rain
Wednesday, WNW 10-12ft @ 12 sec’s with NW winds 5-10mph, 41/49, clouds and 80%
Thursday: NW 10-12ft@ 13 sec’s with light N winds, 41/50, am 40%
Friday: WNW 6-7ft@ 13 sec’s with S winds 5-10mph, 47/52, clouds and 80%
Saturday: NW 12-15ft@ 15 sec’s with light WNW winds, 44/52, clouds and 50%
Sunday: WNW 10-12ft@ 10 sec’s with SW winds 10-13mph, 37/50, clouds and 80%