March 29, 2023: Good morning Bay Islands! Last night we got up to 35 mph winds. That might sound windy, but it was about 5 mph less than the previous night. So we are headed in the right direction. Today we should be slightly less windy with daytime winds 20-25 mph and seas at 4 feet and nighttime winds, especially after midnight, falling to 15-20 mph and seas to 3 foot seas for the morning yacht.
Tomorrow we also have a small chance of a morning shower. I’m including tomorrow’s rainfall prediction from the US GFS computer model. You will notice a pretty typical setup for morning showers this time of year, with the rain starting off the Mosquito Coast and drifting toward us. As the morning continues, these showers weaken and the question is whether any of them will make it to the islands. Let’s hope.
Starting Friday night we go back to being dry, windy and wavy. Those conditions will continue through the holiday week next week. For the holiday weekend long range models are saying the winds might calm a little and we might have a few scattered showers.
Low tides are 11:23 a.m. and 11:09 p.m. Have a great Wednesday!