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Skies were generally clear this morning with temps at sunrise either side of 20 degrees – expected to warm to either side of 40. Winds were light from the N/NW and conditions were waist high north of the Cape and head high along the south coast. Look for swell to peak this afternoon for the south coast & early tomorrow for areas in the Gulf of Maine.
Waves Midday Today… 8-11 sec periods, Winds light NW (maybe a seabreeze), mostly sunny, 40 degrees+
Waves at Sundown Today... Swell builds into Gulf of Maine Overnight. Peaks along the south coast
Maine, New Hampshire & Northern Massachusetts… Clean with waist high sets this morning.
Cape Cod… North Wind here creating side shore conditions.
South Coast… The place to be today…
Long Island East… Inner & Outer Breaks Working
Long Island West… Blurry CAM, but head high sets
Future Outlook… Fading Sun & Swell Sunday. Stormy midweek.
Today’s swell peaks in the Gulf of Maine tomorrow morning, likely before sunrise, and then trails through the day. Look for fading sunshine, light NW winds & temps limited to the mid 30′s. Weather models believe that northern & southern branches of the Jet stream will phase along the east coast, mixing with some pacific energy, to spool up a significant coastal storm. It’s still early, but worth making note of.
Waves Tomorrow Morning… 9-10 sec periods. Light NW winds, Fading sun & swell. Low 20′s early, Mid to upper 30′s after lunch
Waves Monday… 9-10 sec periods. Winds swing SW introducing a short period wind wave. Mostly cloudy near 40 degrees.
Winds March 13 (Wednesday)... GFS shows low pressure right over New England with a stiff NE fetch. Could be a snow storm if this happens.
Mike Morris, Surf Forecaster for Northern Surfer