Friday, March 1, 2019

March Gets Crackin' On A Wet Note

Mornin'!  It's 33° in Wildwood NJ.  It's snowing at a good clip.  It's got little ice pellets in the mix too as I can hear it hitting my obscured (by snow) skylight.   It's wet and heavy and is laying on everything it hits.  It's a beautiful seashore wonderland out there!  Breezes are out of the N-NE at 3-5mph.  The beauty will cease to exist by afternoon as this possible 1-3" is turning to rain by mid-day.  Temps are expected to rise a bit to 39° with NE breezes ramping up at 15-25mph winds.  Why not?  It's March after all!  It's hard to welcome March... not my Fav (it's my least favorite of all the months of the year).  Tonight... cloudy with periods of rain, temps in the low mid-30s and of course the NE winds at 15-25mph that are staying checked in.  Rainfall near a half an inch.  Tomorrow will begin with rain, be a mostly cloudy Saturday as clear skies develop in the evening.  Sunday... a cloudy day with light snow showers and rain in the late afternoon / early evening.
High Tide:4:34p.m.
Low Tide:10:18a.m.
Ocean Temp: 40°

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