Saturday, December 7, 2013

A Day That Will Live In Infamy

Mornin'!  It's 39° in Wildwood.  It's the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor today. It's cold and raw, still wet outside, overcast, and a bit breezy as the first storm departs.  The sky is beginning to lighten as the sunrise is due in less than a half hour.  I'm not so sure we'll see it as it's mostly cloudy at the moment.  It'll be partly sunny/partly cloudy today with temps hitting the low-40s with breezes out of the N-NW at 10-15mph.  The Elks Bonfire is tonight and everything looks like it will go as scheduled (7pm at 1st & Surf beach).  I'm still shaking my head in disbelief that the Bonfire isn't hampered by the fact that it's sandwiched between 2 storms (tomorrow...100% chance of rain/freezing rain/snow) and will go on as normal.  Tonight the temps will drop back into the mid 30s with breezes out of the North (chill factor...28°) at 10-15mph.  Two words...thermal underwear!
High tide:11:13a.m. (and 11:50p.m. tonight)
Low tide:5:16p.m.
Ocean temp:48°
Winter:13 days

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