Comments: Not looking bad at all... there are some fun waves at times!
Onshore winds continuing to push through the end of the day. We may see a little push with the incoming tide.
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Surf Report Comments
7:20 am: The surf looks a tad bigger on this Wednesday morning. The waves look around waist to rib high looking at it real early. The wind is E @ 15 knots early based on the the pier data. On the Grays Reef Buoy to the north the wave height measurement is 3.9 feet at 6 seconds up a tad from yesterday’s 3.6 feet at 6 seconds.
11:30 am: The size is looking slightly larger around mid morning, though it is still really choppy. Most waves are around waist high with some larger sets around chest high. The wind is straight onshore helping out the form a little. New photos are up in box 2..
4:45 pm: The surf looks like it is getting a little bit of a push with the incoming tide. The wave height is about thigh high to stomach high with some larger set waves pushing through. The waves are a little choppy with fair to poor form as onshore winds continue to push in. The wind is now East @ 7-8 knots and the Grays Reef Buoy is showing a swell height of 4.3 seconds from the SE.
*Waves should hold size leading into the weekend as the onshore wind gradually relaxes. Check out Surf Station Surf Forecast for Dean’s latest prognostication.
*If you are just getting back online, here is how the shop and it’s employees were doing just after the Hurricane Matthew. Since then, we are getting a little more on our feet each day. Link to shop statement
* After a small start to the week, surf size will build starting mid-week. Check out Dean’s latest Surf Station Surf Forecast .
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