Special Weather Statement: STRONG EAST WINDS ALONG THE NORTH CENTRAL OREGON COAST TODAY… WINDY CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE TODAY ALONG THE NORTHERN AND CENTRAL OREGON COAST. THE STRONGEST EAST WINDS HAVE BEEN OBSERVED IN SOUTHERN CLATSOP… TILLAMOOK AND NORTHERN LINCOLN COUNTIES SO FAR THIS MORNING WHERE DOWN TREES HAVE RESULTED IN POWER OUTAGES AND DAMAGE TO PROPERTY. EXPECT SIMILAR STRENGTH WIND GUSTS OF 40 TO 55 MPH TO CONTINUE TODAY… BEFORE EASING GRADUALLY THURSDAY NIGHT INTO FRIDAY.
This morning, SW 3-4ft@ 8 sec’s with E winds 20-25mph, air temp with wind chill at about 31 and cloudy, water temp at 46. Sunrise is at 7:36am, low tide at 10:17am. Later in the day, SSW 4ft@ 8 sec’s with E winds 25-35, gusts 40+, high of 43 with 40% chance of rain. High tide at 4:11pm. This evening, Sunset at 5:23p, SW swell 4-5ft@ 10 sec’s with ESE winds 20-30mph, low of 36 and 70% chance of rain. And today is Ground Hog Day, and Phil says 6 more weeks of winter!
Friday: SW 6-7ft@ 10 sec’s with SE winds 10-15mph, low of 44, high of 48, clouds and 70% chance of rain.
Saturday: SW 8ft @ 10 sec’s with SW winds 10-15mph, 43/47, clouds and 100% chance of rain. The shop will be closed from about 11a to maybe 1p, we will be conducting a “concealed carry class” we still have openings!
Sunday: SW 10-12ft@ 10 sec’s with SSE winds 10-20mph, 38/48, clouds and 100%
Monday: SW 10-12ft@ 10 sec’s with WSW winds 10-15mph, 35/43, clouds and 90%
Tuesday: SW 6-7ft@ 10 sec’s with ENE winds 5-10mph, 36/45, clouds and 60%
Wednesday: WSW 3-4ft@ 15 sec’s with light E winds, 43/50, clouds and 60%