Comments: It could be ridable. If ya got nothing better to do.
Waves around shin to knee high with incoming tide and a slight push on the inside.
Temperature, Critters, & More
Surf Report Comments
6:40 am: The surf is small again this Saturday morning with waves only about shin to knee high with glassy conditions. The wind is SW @ 4-5 knots early with the marine forecast calling for the wind to be SE at 10-15 knots this afternoon (See and real time wind data from 3rd Street here). The East Canaveral Buoy, is showing groundswell of 1.6 feet @ 8.3 seconds from the SE, down from yesterday’s 2 feet @ 7.1 seconds. You can see the ocean moving on the Surf Station Cam, that records Mother Ocean up to the minute and can be played back on You Tube.
12:15 pm: The surf is still real small and the wind has shifted onshore. The wave height is about ankle to shin high with fair to poor form, there might be an occasional larger set wave around knee high but not much out there right now. The wind is now East @ 8 knots and the Canaveral Buoy is showing a swell height of 1.6 feet @ 8.3 seconds from the ESE.
5:30 pm: With the incoming tide there is a little push up to about a foot now. Still small but better than nothing, and only probably rideable on a log. It’s semi choppy with ESE winds. Some occasional larger sets were coming in around maybe thigh high. New photos are up in box 3…
* The downward trend that started last week dropped our waves down below 1′, and the small surf will hold through the weekend. Is there hope for sizeable surf arriving during the upcoming work week? Are westward moving Invest 96-L & 97-L in the open Atlantic a signal that the tropical Atlantic’s “bowling alley” is open for business? See Dean’s Surf Station Surf Forecast for conjecture on the subjects.
* Lots of surfboards for sale direct. No middle man. Here is the link to the Surf Station’s Buy and Sell page.
Quote Of The Day
Nothing gives one person so much advantage over another as to remain always cool and unruffled under all circumstances. ~Thomas Jefferson