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Isle of Palms Weather

Isle of Palms Report

Waves On National Drink Beer Day at 1st light from The Jammer. The waves are knee+ and glassy
Buoy Information The Edisto Buoy is reporting a wave height of NOT REPORTING. Virtual Bouy 2' at 8 Seconds Direction ESE
Wind Off Shore out of the NNE @ 5 mph with 7 mph gust
Air temperature / Forecast 71° Feels like 71° - High: 80° - Showers. Light north wind becoming southeast 10 to 15 mph latter this morning. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New precipitation amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible.
Tides High 5:53AM, Low Tide 11:51AM, High Tide 6:52PM - 1st Light 6:46AM, Sunrise 7:10AM, Sunset 7:07PM, Last Light 7:32PM
Water Temperature 76.3° at the IOP Pier
Other information Look like small stuff for the next few days. Too bad for those of you that have work today - as it's National Drink Beer Day. You'll just have to start celebrating late!
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Current IOP Traffic To view current traffic conditions at both the IOP and Mount Pleasant ends of the IOP Connector, do the following: (1) click on the City of Isle of Palms seal on the upper left of this web page; (2) select "Experience IOP" at the upper right of the home page, and from the pull down menu click on "The Beach"; (3) at the left of the Beach web page, click on "Beach Access & Parking"; (4) click on the "SCDOT 511 system" link in the second paragraph.
IOP Parking Public parking is specified on the Isle of Palms City web site by first performing steps (1), (2) and (3) above; then, (4) scroll down to "Public Road Right-of-Ways" and click on the link "Learn more about Beach Parking".
This surf report was updated on Monday September 27 by Tom Proctor.

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