04/02 DCCB, 7.0M/138L

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04/02 DCCB, 7.0M/138L

Postby JimSouthwick » Sun Apr 02, 2017 7:25 pm

Gray, chilly, overcast day. NWS was calling for WNW, not a good direction at DC. Not much wind at all until a little before 1, when a breeze appeared out of the SSW, peaking at 20 by 1:30. Worth a look. The water level is as high as I've ever seen it, right up to the Jersey barriers. Still not much floating debris except for a small tree slowly making its way toward Midway. The wind was quite variable, but did provide some decent rides.
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