Monday, September 24, 2018

Full Moon Washout

Mornin'!  It's 64° in Wildwood NJ.  It's raining lightly with breezes out of the E-NE at 20-25mph.  It's miserable.  There's a flood watch for our area today.  It rained all day yesterday and last night and these rains aren't going anywhere.  We're saturated. Plus, the full moon is expected to bring higher tides.  Watch for tidal flooding in low-lying areas and do your best not to drive through those salty, briny waters.  It truly does creepy things to the undercarriage of your vehicle.  It'll be a rainy day with temps barely tapping 70° and winds out of the East at 25-30mph +gusting.  Tonight...more of the same as rains are staying checked in throughout tomorrow.  Tonight's temps slide back to where they are now...mid 60s with those Easterly winds at 20-30mph.  We may see peeks of Sun by Wednesday and again on Saturday but this upcoming week looks pretty much like a gray and damp washout.  I'm calling it a "sweater weather" day.
High tide:8:14a.m. and 8:28p.m.
Low tide:2:08p.m.
Ocean temp:75°

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