Comments: Although not great, there are some occasional fun waves.
Waist high plus surf heading into the evening
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Surf Report Comments
7:05 am: The surf looks overall small early on this Tuesday morning. The wave height is 1 to occasionally 2 feet with fair form. The wind is light SSW @ 7-9 knots, the marine forecast calls for the wind to be SW winds at 10-15 knots today (See pier data here and real time wind data from 3rd Street here). The East Canaveral Buoy, is showing swells 2.0 feet at 10.8 seconds down a tad from yesterdays 2.3 feet at 10 seconds . You can see the ocean moving early on the Surf Station’s You Tube Cam page.
7:45 am: Yes there are still waves on this Tuesday morning. Not anything big, but similar to in size to yesterday is what it looks like at report time. The buoy wave heights are down a tad so it might be a tad smaller today than yesterday, but overall this small scale swell is hanging in there. It’s semi-glassy this morning with light sideoffshore winds.
12:45 pm: The waves look like they could be some fun, wave height is knee to thigh high occasionally waist high on some sets with fair to good form. The wind is 11-14 knots from the West and the Canaveral Buoy is showing a swell height of 2.3 feet @ 6.2 seconds from the East.
5:30 pm: The surf picked up again with the incoming tide as we head into the evening. The waves are about waist high for the most part with a few bigger sets even up to chest high. The wind is out of the SE at 11 knots creating semi choppy to semi clean conditions. It is breaking on the inside sandbar and is a little bit mushy, but it looks fun for the right board. New photos in box 3.
* A strong late season cold FROPA is expected midweek. Will we see any improvement behind the front? Dean’s Surf Station Surf Forecast chronicles the ongoing small surf and looks for more size mid-month from potential tropical activity.
* Lots of surfboards for sale direct. Here is the link to the Surf Station’s Buy and Sell page.
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