Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Crapola Day After

Mornin'!  It's 36° in WW under cloud filled skies with not a star out there this early morn.  Temps will be rising into the low 50's today as the rain heads our way.  It'll be a rainy one today...100% chance.  The Winds will be out of control as first they'll be normal out of the E-NE at 15-20mph; then shifting around late afternoon from the East all at...get this...45-50mph and they're talking "sustained"!  Add the rain to that and we're talking a major crapola, rainy, windy, raw day this day after Christmas.  Wave action will be as high as 10'.  Full Moon is Friday as the tide is higher so keep all the above in mind when getting around the I'm sure there will be flood advisories with the rain looming.  Try not to drive through flood waters, sometimes it's easier said than done.  Tomorrow's looking decent before the next crapola weather day descends upon us...on the weekend.   
High tide:6:20a.m.
Low tide:12:30p.m.
Ocean temp:52°

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