High Tide

2:50 PM on Monday, July 16th.  (gets later by about an hour on each following day) 

Low Tide

About 6 hours before/after high tide

Winds (in knots)

 SE 5-10  Monday / South 10-20 Tuesday / North 5-10 Wednesday

Underwater Visibility

7 to 20 feet

Surface Water Temp

67 degrees

 

Thought of the day...

It is hard to believe that four short months ago, we were listening to forecasts for snow and northeast storms. Now, we have air temps so hot, it is hard to stand on pavement with bare feet, making the though of snow seem like another lifetime. Take advantage of the great weather, it won’t last forever...
— Jeff@NAS

6.2

If the Dive Score is:

1: Stay home
2: Stay home and think about diving
3: Plan a dive
4: Beats mowing the lawn, might be a great dive
5: Dive if you can
6: Highly consider spending today underwater
7: Go Diving
8: Let the lawn burn; go diving
9: Procrastinate all else and go underwater
10: You need to call the boss and tell him/her you can't come to work because you're suffering from AGS (Anal Glaucoma Syndrome). I just can not see my butt going to work today: I have got to go diving! NAS is a proud sponsor of the Anal Glaucoma Foundation.

 

Pic of the Day:

 Flat ocean, hazy sky and a long-spaced, small swell on Monday. 

Flat ocean, hazy sky and a long-spaced, small swell on Monday.