by Mike Godsey, mikeATiwindsurf.com
It is the gospel (Ecclesiastes 1:14) that after an early spring/late winter storm we see more blue skies and NW clearing winds along the California coast to delight wind Hungary kiters and windsurfers. This model output below for Friday, March 13 shows why we will not see much NW wind for a while.
Notice the first storm that has just passed over Southern California.
Behind the storm you can see a bit of NW clearing wind developing and that may reach Bodega late this afternoon and rest of the Bay Area during the night. But look at all the storms lined up across the Pacific. Also notice how far away from us the North Pacific High is located. Not a promising scenario.