Seawatch - Wednesday, September 27, 2017

The 6th day of the Seawatch was, in a word, uneventful. A thick, misty, salty fog hung over the watch for the first few hours of the count. While the fog bank eventually burned off and visibility improved, the air was filled with salt spray the entire day due to the intense northeast winds. All-in-all, it was a very quiet day at the Seawatch. 

Not much to ogle over, but here are the numbers from Wednesday:  

Serious waves at Avalon the past couple of days!

Some angry waves breaking over the jetty.

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