did you take into fact the wind for cape may for sunday? becuase you have OC at like chest...i was going to make the trek over to cape may but now not so sure....will it be worth it or just see knee high dribblers?
The weekend doesnt look good for jerz, sat is callin for choppy 2 footers and 4-6 on sunday. so 40 degree water with disorganized conditions sounds kinda wack to me. Let's pray the wind improves somehow over the next 2 days.
So is this our first Nor' Easter of the winter? Less then thirty days till spring and this is the first big N/NNE/NE swell we have seen?
I say for those who know, keep an eye on it. The models may give up a few hours of semi clean conditions, all around... and/or clean conditions for a few,...very few spots, on the Delmarva well before the swell drops and the winds clean it up. You know I love that one spot with the right NE swell hitting it, more so then its better known S kegs. When the angle is right and the swell is big enough that spot just stays wide open the whole way, with huge drops as always. Otherwise I may, maybe,..paddle across, to that other spot. Either way, by Sunday afternoon you might want to take a look at it somewhere. Otherwise, bring on that cold cleanup.
On a side note, if we can start to keep getting this sand flushed around, like these last two swell have done, I am hoping that it might set us up for a sweet warm aired spring session once or twice, we have just got to keep the swell trains moving.