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Report Overview

Report Title:
Monday Evening
Report Of The Day:
Change From Yesterday:
Smaller in size (morning to morning comparison)
Change From Last Report:
Looks a little larger
Current Wave Size:
1 to occasionally to 2 feet
Surface Conditions:
Surf Station Surf Factor:
2.00 (on a 1-10 scale)
Comments: Worth it if you have nothing else going on.
Surf Reporters 6 Hour Forecast:

Small surf around knee to thigh high and choppy

Dean's Long Range Forecast:

Swell Info

Wave Size In Body Height:
Knee to Thigh High
Largest Wave:
Thigh High
Surf Is On Increase or Decrease:
a slight increase
Wind Swell / Ground Swell / Combo:
Swell Direction:
slight, if any
Swell Interval:
9.1 seconds on the Buoy
Hard To Paddle Out:

Wind Info

Wind Direction, Speed, & Air Temp:
Wind Direction / Speed For Florida:
Local Radar Link:


Today's Tide Data:
Tomorrow's Tide Data:
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Temperature, Critters, & More

Water Temperature:
Water Clarity:
no new reports overnight
St. Augustine Weather Station:

Surf Report Comments


6:35 am:   The surf look very small in size again this morning. The wave height is 1/2 a foot to occasionally 1 foot and semi-glassy. The wind is WNWt @ 7-8 knots with the marine forecast calling for the wind to go E @ 10 knots later today (See pier data here and real time wind data from 3rd Street here). The East Canaveral Buoy, is showing groundswell of 1.6 feet at 8 seconds similar in size to yesterdays 1.6 feet @ 8.3 seconds.  You can see the ocean moving early on the Surf Station’s You Tube Cam page.

8:00 am:   Early-morning photos are up and posted box number one and like many mornings, on second look, the waves look a little bigger than they look at the crack of dawn.  At daybreak wave looked less than knee-high but now that the sun is up there some thigh high set waves at times. It’s glassy this morning with light offshore winds.

12:30 pm:   The surf looks like it has picked up a little bit since earlier. The wave height is about knee to occasionally up to waist high on some sets with fair to poor form. The wind is NE @ 7-8 knots and the Canaveral Buoy is showing a swell height of 2 feet @ 9.1 seconds from the East.

5:45 pm:   With the lower tide and the onshore wind the conditions have gotten worse, only looking about knee to thigh high now. The outside is very soft looking not even rideable probably, and the inside is just fast closeouts breaking close to the beach, it might improve a bit as the tide comes back in later tonight. New photos are up in box 3…







misc…   There is video from this morning on our Facebook page.


More Info

The small east swell will keep us in clean (am) marginally rideable waves to start the work week. Dean’s Surf Station Surf Forecast suggests potential early season tropical activity may present more size Memorial Day weekend. 

Lots of surfboards for sale direct.   Here is the link to the Surf Station’s Buy and Sell page.

Quote Of The Day

“Obviously I want to try to win a World Title, but I am going to take it heat by heat, event by event,”   ~John-John Florence, after winning the Oi Rio Pro in Rio de Janeiro/Brazil on Thursday

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