Monday, October 5, 2015

Coastal Flood Advisory Posted until 7p.m.

Mornin'!  It's 58° in Wildwood, NJ.  We're dry and under cloud cover (what else is new) and actually had about a half dozen peeks of sun yesterday!  It's still windy as hell as our island's still getting battered (well...less battered).  We're going to see Ms Sun today as she's actually going to check in today as we prepare for partial clearing and some blue sky. There is a 20% chance of a shower today so I'm going with partly cloudy/partly sunny.  Unfortunately, the winds aren't going anywhere yet...NE 25-30 mph w/gusting but by this afternoon we'll see a significant simmering down thankfully.  Temps will be in the low-mid 60s.  Tonight...clear, with winds simmering down even more.  Tomorrow looks like a keeper if that helps (haven't had a keeper in awhile)!
High tide:2:54p.m.
Low tide:8:20a.m.
Ocean temp:70°
Rip Currents:High (means dangerous conditions and potentially life threatening condition for all people entering the surf.  Although the Surfers are still drooling).

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