Surf Forecast
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Surf Zone Forecast
National Weather Service Corpus Christi TX
529 AM CST Sun Feb 25 2018

.For the beaches from Malaquite Beach to Port Aransas...

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529 AM CST Sun Feb 25 2018

5 AM Observations:

                              Bob Hall Pier         Port Aransas
Air Temperature:              MM                    68
Sea Water Temperature:        66                    64
Water Level:                  -0.51 ft msl          -0.19 ft msl
Wind:                         SE 12 mph             SE 9 mph


Note: Port Aransas observation is from inside the ship channel until
Port Aransas jetty observation site is back online.

Forecast:

                              Today                 Monday

Min/Max Temp:                 / 69                  62 / 69

Sky         Morning:          Mostly cloudy         Cloudy
            Afternoon:        Mostly cloudy         Cloudy
            Evening:          Mostly cloudy         Mostly cloudy

Weather     Morning:          Showers / Tstms       None
            Afternoon:        Showers / Tstms       rain
            Evening:          Showers               rain

Precip Chc  Morning:          40%                   20%
            Afternoon:        35%                   30%
            Evening:          20%                   25%

Wind        Morning:          SE 6-10 mph           NE 12-16 mph
            Afternoon:        SE 8-9 mph            NE 15-17 mph
            Evening:          E 3-8 mph             E 10-16 mph

Rip Current Risk:*            Low                   Low

Lightning Risk:               Low                   None

UV Index:                     Moderate              High

Sig Wave Height:*             3 feet                3 feet

Dominant Wave Period:*        7 seconds             7 seconds

Port Aransas Jetty Tides:

.Outlook (Days 3-5)...A weak to moderate northerly flow behind
the front Monday will become onshore Monday night, as the surface
high moves east. Areas of fog and drizzle, along with a chance
for light rain, are expected Monday night. Fog and rain chances
will end by Tuesday afternoon, as the warm front moves north of
the coast. Warmer temperatures are expected Tuesday and Wednesday,
with breezy to windy conditions expected on Wednesday. A cold
front will approach the waters Wednesday night, bringing a chance
for showers and thunderstorms with the boundary. Cooler and drier
conditions are expected on Thursday behind the front.


* A low risk of rip currents means that any rip currents that do
  form are likely to be weak but still may pose a danger to poor
  swimmers. Research has shown rip currents are typically more
  frequent in the vicinity of jetties, inlets, and piers and
  these can be quite strong on days where the overall rip current
  threat is low...especially if strong southerly of northeasterly
  winds exist.

* Swim near a lifeguard. If caught in a rip current, remain calm.
  Don`t fight the current. Swim in a direction following the
  shoreline. If unable to escape, face the shore and call or
  wave for help. If tired, float or tread water until out of
  the rip current.

* Wave height and period forecasts are representative of deep ocean
  waves over the offshore waters, not surf conditions.

$$

CB/GW



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