King Neptune is waving his scepter for good boating conditions this weekend and air temperatures returning to the upper 70s Saturday. The winds will die down a little after today to variable mild breezes around eight knots in the afternoons on Saturday and Sunday. The swells in the Pacific will be a mixed set, with up to a 2-foot south pushing against a 4-foot westerly max.
So, get out on the water whether you will be harbor cruising or cruising past the line of demarcation into the ocean. Keep an eye out for early-morning fog along the coast as the inland air temperature warms up, pulling in the cooler marine air.
Saturday is the start of National Fishing and Boating Week, which ends June 13. The Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation holds this event annually to promote fishing and boating.