AS THE HIGH PRESSURE WEAKENS...A COOLING TREND WILL
OCCUR THROUGH FRIDAY...AND THE MAINLY NIGHT AND MORNING LOW CLOUDS
WILL BECOME MORE WIDESPREAD. THERE COULD BE SOME DRIZZLE BY FRIDAY
MORNING. RAIN WILL BE LIKELY FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY AS A PACIFIC
SYSTEM MOVES THROUGH THE AREA. GUSTY WINDS AND MOUNTAIN SNOW WILL
ALSO BE POSSIBLE. ANOTHER SYSTEM COULD BRING MORE PRECIPITATION
EARLY NEXT WEEK.
So as another storm moves in I'm breathing a sigh of relief.
I'm not sure how many warm, sunny and quite surf-able February days I can take.
It's been a rubber armed, jelly legged, endorphin fest the last few weeks.
Yesterday, out at the local sand bar, friend ThinkMat paddles over, out of the blue so to speak, and grabs two "movie waves" and then splits for work.
(Movie waves are the really good ones we want to include in the many mat centric movies we are always discussing.) I on the other hand am surfed out to the point of exhaustion so a short break is in order.