A frontal system (and its associated multiple lows) has stalled over our area yielding weak windswell. Seas are expected to be in the 2-3ft range today. Winds will shift NE Sunday at 10-15mph as the stalled front slips just to our south, so seas should increase to 3-5ft as the day progresses. Look for 3-4ft @6 seconds from the East Monday morning with light N-NNE winds early. Rideable (and potentially fun at top spots), but it’ll be short-period windswell so don’t expect too much in the way of power.. As next week progresses, we will see yet another frontal system stall over our area giving us meandering onshore winds all week. The good news is that it looks like Thursday and Friday could building into the 4-6ft range so stay tuned!
Gear Recco: Water is 55-57 so either a 4/3 or a good 3/2 with booties will work, gloves optional!
May 4th, 2019