The Riddler

Another Northeast Blow coming this weekend

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The water is still dirty, maybe clean up by Friday and here we go we have another Northeast Blow coming Saturday afternoon that may last until Monday.

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Really does kill so many areas. Kinda get stuck in rivers and harbors but at least there are fish to catch. Hope it does not break up the bait patterns that survived the first round. Actually think it helped a bit.

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Problem is it's a sustained event. System gets cutoff from jetstream and stalls for days and days. Wont even see winds switch to "water clearing" NW direction til Tuesday night. Marine forecast for NS-Jeffreys ledge area. Seas obv less in coastal zone, but weather story is same.MarineFX.png.f6012f8d1b1f1f72ab9cc669e3089b0e.png

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2 hours ago, The Riddler said:

The water is still dirty, maybe clean up by Friday and here we go we have another Northeast Blow coming Saturday afternoon that may last until Monday.

When you mean the water is dirty, does that apply for places like the canal or other large river systems???  Or does that also include beachfronts as well?  

 

Trying to figure out if I should go from shore or just catch up on sleep this weekend....

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I thought that might more effect north facing side beaches. Wouldn't the bay and inlet will the fish go during blowing storms? 

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There will be some clean areas no doubt but Mass Bay will have it worse from the Blow. Then whatever rain has an effect on south.

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