Sunday, January 26, 2020
Windy and some rain this morning…. won’t be doing a surf report for Monday, Dentistl (fun) then the Accountant (more fun)… 46 and cloudy this morning, West swell 11.5ft@ 9.1-17 sec’s and SSW winds 10-15mph, water temp at 50.7. High tide was at 1:30am, low tide at 6:46am and sunrise at 7:45am. This afternoon, WSW 11ft@15 sec’s with S winds 15-25+mph, high of 51 and 100% chance of rain. High tide at 12:27pm. Tonight W 13ft@16 sec’s with SSW winds 15-25mph+, low of 44 and 80% chance of rain. Sunset at 5:12p and minus low tide at 7:27pm.
BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 10 AM PST THIS MORNING THROUGH THIS EVENING… * WHAT…Sneaker waves possible. * WHERE…In Washington, South Washington Coast. In Oregon, North Oregon Coast and Central Oregon Coast. * WHEN…From Sunday morning through Sunday evening. * IMPACTS…Waves can run up significantly farther on a beach than normal, including over rocks and jetties. Sneaker waves can suddenly knock people off of their feet and quickly pull them into the frigid ocean which may lead to serious injury or drowning.
Monday: W 8ft@15 sec’s with SSE winds 20-30mph, low of 46, high of 52, 100% chance of rain and wind
Tuesday: WSW 11ft@ 13 sec’s with SW winds 10-15mph, 46/51, clouds and 80%
Wednesday: WSW 11ft@12 sec’s with SSW winds 20-30mph, 46/51, clouds and 60%
Thursday: W 11ft@ 15 sec’s with S winds 15-20mph, 48/54, clouds and 50%
Friday: W 11ft@14 sec’s with SSW winds 5-10mph, 48/52, clouds and 50%
Saturday: W 11ft@ 113 sec’s with SSW winds 15-20mph, 45/51, clouds and 50%