Sunday Morning, NY Eve

Sunday, December 31, 2017

Last surf report for 2017  ( Personally won’t miss 17!)…  and tonight is a “Wolf Moon”
Moon enthusiasts have a lot to look forward to in 2018, and that will start with the very first day of the year. That’s because thanks to a fluke alignment between the lunar cycle and our calendar cycle, we’ll be starting off the new year with a brand new full moon. January’s first full moon, which is nicknamed the Wolf Moon, will peak on January 1, at 9:24 p.m. ET, although it will appear full and bright for the days immediately surrounding the new year as well.
This morning, about 40 with the  wind chill, surf looking much better, about chest high and continues to clean up.  AM: WNW 5.2ft@ 4.9-11 sec’s with E winds 10-12mph,  water temp at 51.1.  Low tide was at 4:12am, and high tide at 10:11am.  Later today W 4ft@ 10 sec’s with  E winds 10-20mph, partly cloudy and an expected high of about 51 with 0% chance of rain. Sunset at 4:40pm.  Tonight West 3ft@ 12 sec’s with ESE winds 5-10mph, low of 37 and partly cloudy with 0% chance of rain. Minus low tide at 5:22pm.  

Monday, New Years Day:  WSW 2-3ft@15 sec’s with light ENE winds, low of 38, high of 55, partly cloudy and 10% chance of rain.
Tuesday: W 5-6ft@ 12 sec’s with E winds 5-10mph, 38/52, partly cloudy and 10%
Wednesday: W 8ft@ 12 sec’s with E winds 5-10mph, 41/54, mostly sunny and 0%
Thursday: W 8ft@10 sec’s with ESE winds 10-15mph, 45/51, clouds and 40% PM rain
Friday: W 7-8ft@ 12 sec’s with SE winds 5-10mph, 45/50, clouds and 60%
Saturday: WNW 10-12 ft@ 12 sec’s with SE winds 5-10mph, 42/48, clouds and 70%