For the past week we’ve been enduring June gloom in September here at the beach with little or no clearing over the past weekend, not a good way to start autumn at all with below normal air and water temps.
Tag: Eastern Pacific
Hurricane Season Touches Down You can’t ask for a nicer Memorial Day than today. Notoriously cloudy, today is quite the wonderful exception thanks to yesterday’s Aleutian blaster, which swept things clean, so clean that Catalina Island looks like you could almost reach out and touch it! The Eastern Pacific hurricane season is over two weeks […]
Here Comes Hurricane Season! Our other source of summer surf comes from storms much closer than the long traveling Southern Hemisphere swells. Welcome to the Eastern Pacific hurricane season, which begins this coming Sunday and runs through Nov. 15. Born in the hot tropical waters off Southern Mexico and Central America, if these tightly wound […]
South Swell Department Opens A late season Santa Ana condition has sent temperatures skyrocketing up to 20 degrees above normal here in Laguna. What a picture perfect day. It’s a cooker, 88 degrees at water’s edge with Catalina in full view. Spending the entire day here at the beach, wondering what the poor people are […]