Thursday, January 11, 2018

Warm Up Continues

Mornin'!  It's 41° in Wildwood NJ.  We've got some cloudy conditions with early morning fog and hardly any breezes to note.  It's quiet with the sounds of plowed snow mounds melting into the storm sewers.  It'll be a partly cloudy day with temps in the mid-upper 40s (maybe tapping 50s) with breezes initially out of the S-SW at 8-11mph and switching later this afternoon from the S-SE at 9-12mph.  Tonight...cloudy with a 40-60% chance of rain (especially in the overnight) temps in the low-mid 40s and breezes out of the S-SE at 15-20mph.  The rain coming on the overnight will continue to rain down (heavy at times) throughout Friday into Saturday.  I'm moving my vehicle to higher ground tomorrow as flooding is a concern with all this snow meltdown and living so close to the harbor.  Plus the New Moon is Tuesday and like a Full Moon...the pull of the moon or lack thereof creates much higher than normal tides.
High tide:3:51p.m.
Low tide:9:43a.m.
Ocean temp:38°

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