Beaches in the state of Massachusetts are notoriously cold and often are, but this one is particularly cold.
A cold front, however, is coming to Bethany this weekend, and the warm waters will be a welcome change for beachgoers in this area.
The ocean is one of the few areas in the world where sea ice can be easily seen, so it makes sense that Bethany, with its dense coastline and vast amount of ocean, should be a popular spot for snorkelling and diving.
As a warm ocean will be in the forecast, we’ll be watching this weekend’s weather closely.
Beach waves can be as big as 50 feet, but they can be significantly smaller and the conditions are not ideal for snoring.
If you plan to go out, consider getting a snorkel first before heading out.
If it’s not the right time for you, you can also visit an old-school dive shop in the neighborhood to relax and catch up on your beach reading.
The best thing to do after a warm night is to visit a local aquarium or beach house to get some underwater lessons.
We recommend checking out the underwater exhibits at the Boston Aquarium and the North Boston Aquatic Center, both of which have a large collection of fish and snorkes, as well as dive tours and snooze sessions.
While it may not seem like much at first, it can be a good way to spend time with family and friends.
If your parents or grandparents are traveling with you, we recommend making sure to take a look around at the sights in the area.
And don’t forget to check out the beach if you can!