Surf Forecast
Issued by NWS Caribou, ME

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Surf Zone Forecast
National Weather Service Caribou ME
436 PM EDT Sun Oct 2 2022

MEZ029-031000-
Coastal Hancock-
Including the beaches of Sand Beach
436 PM EDT Sun Oct 2 2022

.TOMORROW...
Rip Current Risk............Low.
Surf........................2 to 3 feet.
Thunderstorm Potential**....No Thunderstorm Risk.
UV Index**..................Moderate.
Water Temperature...........55 degrees. According to the USCG, when
                            the water temperature is below 60
                            degrees, the average submerged person
                            could lose dexterity within minutes and
                            be unable to accomplish simple tasks
                            like buckling a life jacket or
                            operating a radio.
Weather.....................Sunny.
High Temperature............In the mid 50s.
Winds.......................Northeast winds 5 to 10 mph.
Tides...
   Sand Beach...............Low 1.5 feet (MLLW) 11:01 AM EDT.
                            High 11.1 feet (MLLW) 05:16 PM EDT.

.TUESDAY...
Rip Current Risk............Low.
Surf........................Around 2 feet.
Thunderstorm Potential**....No Thunderstorm Risk.
Weather.....................Mostly sunny.
High Temperature............In the upper 50s.
Winds.......................East winds around 5 mph.
Tides...
   Sand Beach...............High 9.8 feet (MLLW) 06:07 AM EDT.
                            Low 1.5 feet (MLLW) 12:12 PM EDT.

.WEDNESDAY...Surf height around 3 feet. Partly sunny. Highs around
60. Northeast winds around 10 mph.
.THURSDAY...Surf height 3 to 4 feet. Sunny. Highs in the lower 60s.
West winds around 5 mph.
.FRIDAY...Surf height 2 to 3 feet. Partly sunny. Highs around 60.
Southwest winds around 10 mph.

&&

Rip Current Risk Category
* Low Risk - The risk for rip currents is low, however,
life-threatening rip currents often occur in the vicinity of groins,
jetties, reefs, and piers.
* Moderate Risk - Life-threatening rip currents are possible in the
surf zone.
* High Risk - Life-threatening rip currents are likely in the surf
zone.

** For thunderstorm, waterspout, and UV definitions see:
https://www.weather.gov/beach/car

$$

MEZ030-031000-
Coastal Washington-
Including the beaches of Roque Bluffs
436 PM EDT Sun Oct 2 2022

.TOMORROW...
Rip Current Risk............Low.
Surf........................Around 2 feet.
Thunderstorm Potential**....No Thunderstorm Risk.
UV Index**..................Moderate.
Water Temperature...........53 degrees. According to the USCG, when
                            the water temperature is below 60
                            degrees, the average submerged person
                            could lose dexterity within minutes and
                            be unable to accomplish simple tasks
                            like buckling a life jacket or
                            operating a radio.
Weather.....................Sunny.
High Temperature............In the lower 50s.
Winds.......................Northeast winds 5 to 10 mph.
Tides...
   Roque Bluffs.............Low 1.7 feet (MLLW) 11:05 AM EDT.
                            High 14.0 feet (MLLW) 05:20 PM EDT.

.TUESDAY...
Rip Current Risk............Low.
Surf........................Around 1 foot.
Thunderstorm Potential**....No Thunderstorm Risk.
Weather.....................Mostly sunny.
High Temperature............In the upper 50s.
Winds.......................Northeast winds around 5 mph, becoming
                            southeast in the afternoon.
Tides...
   Roque Bluffs.............High 12.6 feet (MLLW) 06:04 AM EDT.
                            Low 1.8 feet (MLLW) 12:14 PM EDT.

.WEDNESDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Partly sunny. Highs in the
upper 50s. Northeast winds around 5 mph.
.THURSDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Sunny. Highs in the upper 50s.
Southeast winds around 5 mph.
.FRIDAY...Surf height around 2 feet. Partly sunny. Highs in the mid
50s. Southwest winds around 10 mph.

&&

Rip Current Risk Category
* Low Risk - The risk for rip currents is low, however,
life-threatening rip currents often occur in the vicinity of groins,
jetties, reefs, and piers.
* Moderate Risk - Life-threatening rip currents are possible in the
surf zone.
* High Risk - Life-threatening rip currents are likely in the surf
zone.

** For thunderstorm, waterspout, and UV definitions see:
https://www.weather.gov/beach/car


$$


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