- + CLICK HERE FOR DROPDOWN FORECAST
- X - CLOSE WINDOW
Surf’s Up Cape Cod to Portland
Temps were cold, in the upper 20′s, under generally clear skies this morning, with winds light from the W/NW. A 3-5 ft, 10-11 sec swell is rolling in from the E/SE with the largest wave heights (chest to head high) occurring along the Cape, where the swell is phasing with a leftover wind wave from the north. North of the Cape, to just past Portland, expect clean waist – chest high surf.
Waves Today… 10-11 sec periods, light to moderate W/NW winds, partly sunny, mid 40′s
Maine… Interesting CAM shot with a horse on the misty beach
New Hampshire… Lot’s of empty classrooms at UNH
Cape Cod… The place to be. Clean Chest to Head High peaks
Rhode Island & Long Island… Quiet, save for some clean knee high waves across eastern LI.
Future Outlook... Weather Deteriorates Thursday/Friday. Southerly Wind Swell Saturday
Today’s pleasant weather fades tomorrow, as southerlies push north ahead of a warm front, ushering in showers and temps in the low 50′s. The system doesn’t clear the coast until late Friday night into early Saturday morning, when winds switch brisk NW. We currently forecast a moderate S/SW wind swell for the New England South coast at this time.
Waves Tomorrow… 5 sec periods, brisk S/SE winds swing S/SW, showers, low 50′s
Storm Waves Friday… Gusty southerlies, 6-8 sec periods, showers, mid 40′s
Swell Saturday… 8-9 sec periods, winds stiff NW, becoming sunny, low to mid 30′s
Mike Morris, Surf Forecaster for Northern Surfer