Comments: Not looking bad at all... there are some fun waves at times!
Waves around knee to waist high (occ rib) with semi-glassy conditions. The wind is forecast to be SW @ 10-15 knots shifting more west later today
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6:50 am: Ridable surf to start this Monday morning. The wave height is about 1-2 feet, knee to thigh high, with some occasional waves to around waist high. It has fair form. The local pier data shows the wind is SW @ 6-8 knots and the local buoy is showing wind wave height measurements of 3.3 feet at 4.8 seconds compared to yesterdays 3 feet @ 4.8 seconds. The marine forecast calls for SE winds to increase up to 10-15 knots today. (see up to the minute wind info here).
7:30 am: Early morning photos are up in box #1 and you can see there are waves for your Monday. Some lines around waist high a dumping over fast on the inside at the higher tide. It’s semi-glassy with light winds early. Some inconsistent 13 second readings on the local buoy indicate there is some groundswell to be had.
1:00 pm: Some clean lines as the wind blows into the waves. So looking better than earlier. The swell has not dropped, with some set waves a little over waist high at times. New photos coming up…
2:00 pm: New photos are up in box #2 and some of the waves look fun! Check them out.
2:30 pm: Here is some video from this afternoon:
5:25 pm: The waves this evening appear to be holding from earlier today. However, with the tidal push a handful of waves are doubling up (in a good way) and forming out as you can see. If you are at the right spot you may be able to find a few good ones. Winds still offshore! Looks fun! Get out there!
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Clean/rideable waves will continue to trickle in to start the work week as a dry “cold front” sweeps through Florida. When can we expect the next uptick is size? See Dean’s Surf Station Surf Forecast for details.
Quote Of The Day
“Oh the surf community is one big family, and I would say that’s one of the main reasons I still love to compete.” ~Flagler Beaches’ Haley Watson after winning ESA’s Regional Surf Offs in Central Florida this past weekend