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The ship visible below may be NORDIC BC KIEL.

Several sites on the web offer info on ship locations.

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Ocean Shores features a freshwater canal system that runs through residential areas. The views here are from the electric boat we rented. This outing was a highlight of our year. Info on rentals here.

 

Bigfoot style photos of Coyote near the beach:

 

Early Sunday – Washington Coast – The North Beach

The summer pattern has become foggy out here. Fog in the morning, fog and a cool breeze late in the afternoon. The forecast can call for all day sun, but you may only see it for brief periods.

It feels like just a bit higher in elevation, or just a few miles inland, you would experience a warm summer day.

This pattern may be similar hundreds of miles south of here:

San Francisco Weather
Why is it so cold!!?

Last week, other parts of WA saw a heat wave that never came here.

Here is a look at local conditions via a live cam just south of here at Westport, Washington. We must go to a host page first, then click on the cam.

View the live feed here.

Related:

Coastal Live Cams

There are spots on the beach where you will see nothing but sand and fog in all directions.

No surf to play in this morning.

Heading back.

 

Calm conditions on the The Pacific Coast – Early Thursday

 

Early Tuesday – Rush Hour – The Pacific Coast

Coyote moving through

 

Early Monday

Ocean Shores features a freshwater canal system that runs through residential areas. The views below are looking south from the Ocean Lake Way NE Bridge.

 

 

Early Sunday – Washington Coast – The North Beach

 

Early Tuesday – Washington Coast – The North Beach

 

Recent early morning walk – Washington Coast

 

Out to the beach – early Monday

 

Related:

Behind House Cam

 

The Pacific Coast – Washington State

 

Washington Coast – Ocean City State Park

Related:

October Afternoon

 

Early Thursday –  Washington Coast

 

Out to an uncrowded beach on the Washington Coast. We are using the Pacific Blvd beach access in Ocean Shores.

Moments later:

Related:

A quiet nighttime visitor

 

Out to an uncrowded beach on the Washington Coast

Maybe more birds than people?

Pelicans moving through

Happy Clam

 

Using the brakes:

The Brown Pelican is a seasonal visitor on the Washington Coast.

On the Pacific coast, pelicans leave the Gulf of California after breeding, cross the Baja peninsula, and migrate as far north as British Columbia, returning south to breeding areas by the next winter.”

A sighting form last September here.

 

Early Sunday

Washington Coast – The North Beach

The folks who did the 4th of July cleanup in the Ocean Shores area did excellent work. We have been out there a couple of times in the past week and the beach has been spotless. Well done.

 

Westport, Washington

 

Early Thursday

Washington Coast – The North Beach

 

Washington Coast – The North Beach

No crowds on Thursday

 

Washington Coast

We earned it.

 

Damon Point – Washington Coast

Looking at some warm and sunny weather coming up.

We earned it.

 

Cliff Mass Weather Blog

June 21, 2022

“The latest extended forecasts suggest a profound change in the weather.

Temperatures over the next 30 days are predicted to be near normal (see below)

While precipitation for the next 30 days is forecast to be below normal for most of the region.”

 


Washington Coast

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Related:

Behind House Cam

 

Washington Coast

 

Washington Coast

 

Washington Coast

 

No crowds on a Wednesday