Charleston Marine Forecast for: Wednesday 12/11
Coastal Summary Full 5-Day Forecast
ne winds 15 to 20 kt. seas 3 to 5 ft.
Breezy whitecapping conditions with moderate choppy seas. Small short period wind waves.
Winds: NE 13 to 17 knots.
Seas: ENE 4 feet at 6 seconds.
Light winds with a slight chop. Small short period wind waves.
Winds: NE 8 to 11 knots.
Seas: ENE 3 feet at 5 seconds.
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Live Wind & Surf Report
Summary: The fog is even more intense today! Visibility is about 1/2 mile, so
be careful when you're out on the water or the roads today.
Surf: Swell is about knee/waist high and wind driven today - about 3 feet at 6 seconds.
Paddle: It would be a really cool day to have a foggy creek paddle!
Kite: Light south winds today which won't push the fog away very quickly.
Charleston Beach & Coastal Weather Forecast - aircast Weather
next 6-8 hours ne winds 15 to 20 kt. seas 3 to 5 ft.
winds/seas will remain elevated over the waters this evening and early tonight as cold air advection occurs behind a departing cold front well offshore and a 40-45 kt low lvl jet gradually pulls away from the southeast coast. small craft advisory will continue for the outer georgia waters as winds peak near 25 kts and seas build up to 6 ft. the advisory for the charleston county waters has expired. all other marine zones should fall just short of advisory level conditions through tonight as northwest winds become north by midnight. high pressure will build in from the west on wednesday. winds/seas will continue to subside...and have the ongoing sca for the outer ga waters ending by mid-day. wednesday night/thursday morning...a subtle cold front will cross the waters...with strengthening northerly flow in its wake. seas and wind gusts look to approach sca criteria for a brief period thursday afternoon into early friday morning in the outer ga waters. then...quiet marine conditions are expected to return on friday with seas 2 to 4 feet...and winds roughly 12 kt or less. conditions over the waters will deteriorate on saturday as the next frontal system arrives. both winds and seas will likely reach sca criteria and could persist late into the weekend. &&
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