SWELL ANALYSIS AND OUTLOOK
The current run of swell generated by a powerful low pressure system in the NW Atlantic a couple of days ago peaked early in the day on Tuesday. Upstream buoy observations and the current computer model guidance suggests the swell will turn more northerly and ease overnight Tuesday and into Wednesday. This will set up more manageable N swell and ENE trade windswell mix for Wednesday with surf in the head high to a couple of feet overhead range during the morning hours. The surf is strongest during the morning with the swell looking to come down some in both size and consistency for the second half of the day. Expect E becoming ENE trade winds 10-15kts.
High pressure remains north of the island on Wednesday. This will result in mostly sunny skies with a slight chance of a few passing showers. Light easterly trade winds are expected early in the day before bending ENE and increasing into the 10-15kt range for the afternoon.