Looks like we're in for another bout of rough weather. Large swells from the northeast will start building early Wednesday, 2 April, and peak at about 12 feet (with a period of about 11 seconds) by late Wednesday/early Thursday morning, slowly subsiding on Friday, but remaining at about 8 -10 feet thru the weekend. While this period of rough seas will not be as bad as those experienced on 19 - 20 March, these seas will be accompanied by northeast winds of 20 - 25 knots with some higher gusts in local squalls. It is possible that ferry service/offloading services could be interrupted/canceled Wednesday and/or Thursday, and rough seas can be expected thru the weekend.
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