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Good Conditions at Back Beach today...

Discussion in 'New England' started by beaker, Sep 21, 2003.

  1. beaker

    beaker Divemaster

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    Well, Isabel didn't wreck the conditions any (for that matter, it might have improved them some.).

    15-20 foot vis, I don't know an accurate bottom temp, as I wasn't cold, and didn't check very often. It may have been as warm as 62 in 20-25' of water.
     
  2. mer

    mer Cave Instructor

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    I agree... the bit of turbulence we've been getting from down south has helped temps a bit without muking up the vis too much.

    That cline at 30' is still there, although the water below it is in the low 50s rather than the mid 40s. Tis actually quite comfy.
     

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