March 25, 2023: Good morning Bay Islands! Welcome to our new windy reality. Seas on the south side are 4-5 feet after getting close to 7 feet overnight. Seas near the reef on the north side are more moderate at 2-3 feet. We will have clear skies and no rain today tomorrow and the following week. Winds will be their strongest tonight after sunset at 30-35 mph from the east.
Here’s the wave map for 7 p.m. tonight. Dark blue indicates 6-8 foot seas. This evening’s ferry ride will be rough all the way from Ceiba.
Here’s the wave map for 7 a.m. tomorrow. You will notice tomorrow morning things are a little better toward Ceiba. Winds will get A LITTLE better starting Wednesday.
As you can see on the tide chart, tides have moderated from what they were a few days ago as we enter crescent moon phase. Low tide is 6:17 p.m. Have a great weekend!