A 9:10 PM update from the post I made earlier today. The 120 buoy hit 5.6 feet at 10 seconds at 2 pm, and now at 8 pm reading, it was 5.6 feet at 13 seconds. The 20 mile buoy was 3 feet at 8 seconds at 6 pm, and now is 3.6 feet at 13 seconds, and the near shore buoy hit 2 feet at 13 seconds around 7 pm. So it looks like the swell moved in a lot quicker , like 7 hours quicker. Hope the NW winds are still going to be with us, but at least the swell is here 😉 End 9:10 PM update.
If you get out at 10 or 11, there may be some size, but it may be choppy or heavy N winds. If you get out at daybreak, it may only be waist high , but glassy 🙂 Why?
Sunday, it should be waist to rib early, and maybe chest high while it’s still semi-glassy, then hard North winds. There is a short window, where the winds are NW in the 6-10 mph range, from daybreak till maybe 8 or 9. Then they go NNW around 9 or 10 in the 10-15 mph range. And North by as early as 11 am. High tide is at 5:20, Air Temp is 59 at daybreak, but warms up to 65 by 9. Water temp should be 67-68 degrees, so you can vest it or spring it, or just full suit it 🙂
The video below is two short clips of a couple nice little lefts at Hightowers, late in the afternoon on February 8th, 2016.
Enjoy Sunday !