Posted by deanna on June 9, 2009, 8:47 am
I'm rooting for you, Daniel, but can't find anything that makes me believe we'll really get any rain today. Here's an excerpt from this morning's EPAC Weather Discussion: |
LONG PERIOD SWELL OF 16-18 SECONDS EMANATING FROM A STRONG CYCLONE OVER THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE HAS CROSSED THE EQUATOR AND IS SLATED TO ARRIVE ALONG THE COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA ON WED. A SECOND SURGE OF LONGER PERIOD SWELL...18-19 SECONDS SHOULD ARRIVE LATE THU AND FRI...CARRYING THE POTENTIAL FOR LARGE AND DANGEROUS BREAKING SURF CONDITIONS ALONG THE COAST FROM BAJA CALIFORNIA TO PANAMA.
Possible high surf later this week, but no mention of rain.
On-line radar on CNA is working again - the easiest way to check on any localized weather heading this way.
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