Thursday, 8 March 2012

'Ere, tis March and the latest clutch of forecast charts leave the depths of winter behind. Spring. This time of the year you'll often see things calm down as the big winter storms lose their oomph and head off towards the high Atlantic.
High pressure looks likes smearing itself in from the south-west through tomorrow before parking its bountiful booty over southern England over the weekend. Next week that same high sticks around keeping the wind blowing in from the south and south-east so warm days and cool nights. There won't be a whole pile of swell around next week, but there will be something, so it might be time to dust off the trusty old log and swing it about a bit. Wednesday may well be the best of the bunch when a long range effort tootles by.
Forget about waves tomorrow but I think - On Saturday the wind will just keep dropping and will barely be rustling the leaves come tea time. Good chance to get all the admin sorted in Truro on Saturday morning before heading down to the beach mid afternoon. Some of the waves forecast sites could be overestimating the wind too, and that might keep the crowd down - maybe thats wishful thinking.

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