Aeouverit!!!

That is a particularly severe form of “over it” that we hear on occasion around here…

…this being one of those occasions…

…the rain being unpleasant and all.

According to the NWS, though:

THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT ONCE THIS STORM SYSTEM PASSES THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND LOOKS PRETTY GOOD.

FORECAST MODELS ARE SUGGESTING QUAZIZONAL FLOW ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA WITH A SURFACE THERMAL TROUGH DEVELOPING. THIS SPELLS DRY WEATHER AND MORE SEASONABLE TEMPERATURES THROUGH MONDAY.

SATURDAY LOOKS LIKE THE BEST BEACH DAY WITH LIGHT OFFSHORE FLOW SETTING UP KEEPING THE SKIES SUNNY AND AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 60S TO LOW 70S.

Finuhllly!

May 27, 2010   Posted in: Fishing Reports

One Response

  1. Keeny G - May 27, 2010

    Indeed the weekend weather forecast calls for decent fish able weather over the weekend with surely the first major wave of bigger halibut to strike any day.

    Nothing wrong with the nice first inning round of keeper ling cod Halibut and rock fish and a few men left on base,being missed strikes.

    It should be time to see a rocket launch home run ,a shot over the wall into the parking lot( BARN DOOR FLATTIES, Bucket mouth lings and Salmon that wont fit in the cooler because there to darn big.)

    The wharfs extra cooler pulled out because the first is crammed full of dropped of salmon to allow use of regular hooks for Halibut, ling cod and big Rock fish.

    The only complaint should be all the scales and fish blood to clean up at the end of the day and worn out arms reeling them in.