Comments: Worth it if you have nothing else going on.
Choppy N swell waves with cold conditions. Some peaks over waist high and drifty
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Surf Report Comments
7:15 am: Choppy N swell waves start on this Saturday morning. The waves size is 1.5-2 feet, occ a little larger, with mostly poor form. The wind is cool to cold N @ 20-24 knots (Local up to the minute wind info here) with the marine forecast calling for NE winds @ 15-20 knots today, ahead of the coming cold front. The Grays Reef Buoy is showing a wave height measurement of 3.3 feet at 4.8 seconds, changed slightly from yesterdays 4 feet at 5 seconds . Here is a look at the St. Augustine virtual buoy this morning. New photos are coming up soon…
8:20 am: Choppy surf with cold northerly winds. Not a lot of size as you can see in the early morning photos in box #1 but it may increase some as the wind clocks a little more onshore.
10:45 am: Once again, choppy surf continuing as we head to Saturday afternoon. Some new photos are up in box #2 and you can see how choppy it is. It may get a little bigger a sht tide pushes in. And spots protected by the northerly wind could get fun…
Check out the Surf Station Surf Forecast by Dean for a look over a week ahead! Better waves next weekend?
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