Friday, December 5, 2014

Friday Mix

Mornin'!  It's 39° in Wildwood.  It's dry and quiet (except for the sounds of the surf) with stars still twinkling in the darkness this early morn.  There's an ever-so-light breeze coming from the East (bringing the ocean's roar). It'll be a clear start as clouds increase and eventually sock us in.  We may begin to have rain showers later (20% chance) as a rainy raw system is headed our way for the weekend.  We also may see some peeks of sun as today will be more dry than wet. Just about every forecast is saying mostly a gray day though.  Temps will be in the low 50s with breezes out of the E-SE at 7-9mph.  Tonight...back into the upper 40s with more of chance of drizzles topping us off.  Saturday... dry to start the morning, but periods of rainfall move into the region through much of the day.  And, Sunday some showers may linger through part of the day, but we may be able to salvage a dry afternoon. Once again...reminder that it's a Full Moon this weekend so don't be surprised to see some tidal flooding.
High tide:6:37a.m. and 7:03p.m.
Low tide:12:48p.m.
Ocean temp:52°

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