Saturday Morning

Saturday, September 15, 2018

54 and light rain this morning, West swell 3.6ft @ 5.1-10 sec’s with SSE winds 5-10mph, water temp at 58.3.  High tide was at 5:24am and sunrise at 6:54am.  Later today, low tide at 11am, WSW swell 3ft@ 10 sec’s with S winds 10-20mph, high of 62, clouds and 90% chance of rain, high tide at 5:03pm.  Tonight WSW 3ft@10 sec’s with S winds 10-20mph, low of 53, 100% chance of thunderstorms, sunset at 7:26pm.
Marine Weather Statement:
SQUALLY WEATHER DEVELOPING ACROSS THE COASTAL WATERS… Low pressure off the Pacific Northwest coast will push a cold front onshore into Washington and Oregon late tonight or early Sunday morning. Showers and squalls will increase later today and tonight, becoming more vigorous as the front approaches. Stronger showers and squalls may produce a brief period of torrential rain, dangerous lightning, and gusty, erratic winds, with gusts up to 35 knots possible. Brief waterspouts cannot be ruled out, especially tonight as the front moves across the Washington and Oregon coastal waters. Mariners should be prepared for rapidly changing conditions on the coastal waters today through Sunday, and should remain in port if threatening weather approaches. Stay tuned to, NOAA Weather Radio, local media, or your favorite weather app for the latest forecast and weather information.

Sunday: SW swell 4-5ft@ 10 sec’s with WSW winds 10-15mph, low of 48, high of 62, 90% chance of light rain most of the day.
Monday: WSW 3-4ft@12 sec’s with N winds 10-15mph, 47/64, partly cloudy and 10%
Tuesday: W 2-3ft@ 12 sec’s with NNW winds 10-15mph, 48/63, mostly sunny and 10%
Wednesday: W 3ft@12 sec’s with W winds 5-10mph, 50/63, clouds and 50% PM
Thursday: W 3ft@10 sec’s with WSW winds 5-10mph, 49/63, clouds and 30% AM
Friday: W 2ft@12 sec’s with WSW Winds 5-10mph, 50/63, clouds and 60%