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fzus54 kcrp 031030
surf zone forecast
national weather service corpus christi tx
530 am cdt wed jun 3 2015
.for the beaches from malaquite beach to port aransas...
530 am cdt wed jun 3 2015
5 am observations:
bob hall pier port aransas
air temperature: 80 80
sea water temperature: 84 83
water level: 1.07 ft msl 1.2 ft msl
wind: se 13 mph se 14 mph
today thursday
min/max temp: / 84 78 / 84
sky morning: mostly sunny partly cloudy
afternoon: mostly sunny partly cloudy
evening: mostly clear mostly clear
weather morning: none none
afternoon: none none
evening: none none
precip chc morning: 5% 5%
afternoon: 5% 5%
evening: 10% 5%
wind morning: s 7-10 mph se 7-10 mph
afternoon: se 9-14 mph se 9-14 mph
evening: se 12-14 mph se 12-14 mph
rip current risk:* low low
lightning risk: none none
uv index: extreme extreme
sig wave height:* 1 foot 1 foot
dominant wave period:* 4 seconds 6 seconds
port aransas jetty tides: high: 629 am high: 713 am
low : 1007 pm low : 1048 pm
.outlook (days 3-5)...partly cloudy skies with no significant
rainfall expected through the remainder of the week and into the
weekend. a weak onshore flow will persist through the period.
expect highs in the low to mid80s and lows in the upper 70s.
* a low risk of rip currents means that any rip currents that do
form are likely to be weak but still may pose a danger to poor
swimmers. research has shown rip currents are typically more
frequent in the vicinity of jetties...inlets...and piers and
these can be quite strong on days where the overall rip current
threat is low...especially if strong southerly or northeasterly
winds exist.
* wave height and period forecasts are representative of deep ocean
waves over the offshore waters...not surf conditions.

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