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RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #1 on: November 25 2004 15:11:00 »
ha! if you are talking about around Seattle and stuff the water is butt cold..i could be wrong but i dont think i am
RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #3 on: December 05 2004 20:12:00 »
No, he said out on the COAST- like ocean shores, canon beach etc.
Seattle would be silly
RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #4 on: December 07 2004 13:12:00 »
Well if ur so smart then answer his question. I have never been there and for the record Seattle is considered on the coast
RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #5 on: December 10 2004 21:12:00 »
Okay, JUST for the record, since no one here is smart enough to answer the original question (or to spell things right), Seattle is considered to be on the SOUND, not on the coast at all. If you're a surfer, you'd know the freakin difference between open ocean waves and polluted Puget water.
RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #6 on: December 11 2004 11:12:00 »
Welll the sound is on the coast. And Seattle is on the coast side. so...whatever. And yes i suxs for the typing. lol thank you very much. But whatever. I live in mexico so i really don't keep up on seattle anymore. sorry for the freaking trouble
RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #7 on: December 15 2004 11:12:00 »
Check NOAA they have good info on your question
RE: warm beach in Washington?« Reply #8 on: December 21 2004 12:12:00 »
The water is cold all over Washington all year long... occasionally, a warm current will pass through (kushiro or something?), but for the most part it is cold. I wear a 3mil wetsuit year-round when windsurfing, but I wear a 6mil when surfing. You can get away with a 4mil in the summertime when the waves are small, the wind is light and the sun is out, but you usually get cold after a while if you are shortboarding (submerged more of the time).
And to clarify about 'the coast' - its a loose term used to describe all of the land west of the cascade mountains. While Seattle is considered part of 'the coast' and has a shorline, it's waters are not considered 'coastal'.