SEAS ARE PROVIDED AS A RANGE OF THE AVERAGE HEIGHT OF THE HIGHEST
1/3 OF THE WAVES...ALONG WITH THE OCCASIONAL HEIGHT OF THE AVERAGE
HIGHEST 10 PERCENT OF THE WAVES
Synopsis: FAVORABLE MARINE CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TODAY THROUGH MONDAY AS
A WEAK COLD FRONT APPROACHES FROM THE WEST AND PASSES THROUGH THE
LOWER TEXAS COAST. A MORE SIGNIFICANT COLD FRONT WILL AFFECT THE
REGION ON TUESDAY...RESULTING IN POSSIBLE SMALL CRAFT ADVISORIES
THAT DAY CONTINUING INTO WEDNESDAY. MARINE CONDITIONS WILL
IMPROVE LATE IN THE WEEK.
South winds 10 to 15 knots diminishing to 7 to 12 knots late in the night. A moderate chop on the bay subsiding to a light chop late in the night. Slight chance of showers and thunderstorms after midnight.
Southwest winds 8 to 13 knots shifting northeast 7 to 12 knots late in the afternoon. A moderate chop on the bay subsiding to a light chop in the afternoon. Slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Northeast winds 7 to 9 knots shifting north 7 to 10 knots after midnight...then shifting northwest 8 to 13 knots early in the morning. A light chop on the bay increasing to a moderate chop early in the morning.
Northwest winds 13 to 18 knots becoming north 17 to 21 knots in the late morning and afternoon. Choppy on the bay.
North winds 14 to 19 knots. Choppy on the bay.
North winds 12 to 17 knots diminishing to 9 to 13 knots late in the afternoon. A moderate chop on the bay.
North winds 7 to 11 knots shifting northeast 7 to 8 knots late in the evening...then becoming light after midnight. A light chop on the bay subsiding to smooth after midnight.
Southeast winds 7 to 10 knots. A light chop on the bay.
Southeast winds 7 to 12 knots. A light chop on the bay.