Jan 21 2008
We rarely experience here on the Cape what the rest of the country might call winter, but last night we went down into the mid-30’s, frigid regions we only reach every couple of years. With the cold snap came gale-force winds out of the north, producing super-low tides; this morning on the bay we woke to find dry land all the way out to the sand bar as this photo shows.
The humidity is un-Florida-like low, too, currently at 55%, producing crystal-clear blue skies and great visibility. But our “winter” won’t last long; tomorrow it’s back to normal with a forecast high of 68.