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« on: April 14, 2019, 07:44:46 PM »

A very unsettled week with rain and thunderstorms possible with mostly poor water conditions. There will be chances of rain and thunderstorms all week. Much of the showers will be scattered, but definitely more clouds than sun, overall. Highs will be in the 50ís to 70ís with lows in the 30ís to 50ís. Water conditions will be Hazardous on Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The rest of the week will be Borderline to Cautious. Beach and surf conditions will be very close to water conditions, maybe slightly better.
A strong cold front will cross the region tonight. High pressure will slide across to our south on Tuesday. A warm front starts to lift into our area Tuesday night and then stalls before lifting northward late Thursday into Friday. A cold front will cross the region late Friday into Saturday followed by a return to high pressure for the end of the weekend.

Have a great week and thanks for reading!

Monday Surface Analysis

Tuesday Surface Analysis

Wednesday Surface Analysis

Thursday Surface Analysis

Friday Surface Analysis

Saturday Surface Analysis

Sunday Surface Analysis

Total Precipitation Monday - Friday

Total Precipitation Sunday - Sunday

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