We have a slight chance 50/50, that we’ll have a waist high wind swell with a chance of offshore winds Wednesday morning. Waist high down South toward the Base. It’s a NE swell so it’s hard to say if the Cape will even get thigh high waves. The swell rolls in Tuesday around noon and later thru the day with NE winds in the 10 to 15 mph range.
So Wednesday morning, it’s looking to be South winds, but they are less than 10 mph and with the heat coming off land, even with the rain cool down, it will probably blow some offshore winds in the early Am Wed.
The photo to the left was taken behind a resort just South of Lori Wilson Park, back in August, 2010 I believe.
I’ll show you another pic in a few days, plus some fat looking fish for eating caught.
High tide is 5:47 Am Wednesday morning, 9 or 10 would be best tide time, but the winds may not be offshore than.
Anyhow, it’s a chance to get wet, and in my case, burn 1000 cals. during the session, haha.