July 30th 2014 Update

A West wind is great because it usually calms the seas in our operating area. However, there isn’t much to smooth out as seas at the 3-mile buoy are measuring just over 1 foot at the moment. The rain chance this afternoon is also lower than it has been lately. That gives ULA a 60% chance of favorable weather as they make their 5th attempt to launch a Delta IV rocket at 6:43 PM.

Winds are forecast to remain Westerly tomorrow between 10-15 knots before becoming Southerly for the rest of the week. Sea conditions are forecast to remain less than 2 feet throughout the week. The rain chance picks up again tomorrow, but there is nothing significant forecast to affect this great cruising weather we have been having.

We hope to see you this week!

 

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