Comments: It could be ridable. If ya got nothing better to do.
Waves around shin high early but maybe we will see a small push with the incoming tide later today.
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Surf Report Comments
7 am: The waves look small again to start off this Sunday morning. Our wave height is only about shin high this morning. The wind is light from the NW @ 5-7 knots, the marine forecast calls for NW winds @ 10-15 knots (Local up to the minute wind info here). On the Grays Reef Buoy the groundswell height is 1.0 feet at 5 seconds, down from yesterdays 1 foot at 10 seconds. Here is a look at the St. Augustine virtual buoy this morning.
10:15 am: Very small scale sure at mid morning. Less than a foot is what it looks like from here. Near flat. Photos are in box #2. Looks like there was a race of sorts at the pier this morning..
1:15 pm: Very small surf on this Sunday afternoon. Real close to flat even as the tide pushes in. Tiny wave or wavelets crumbling over just off the beach, and that is about it…
6:45 pm: Very very small surf this Sunday evening. Less and a foot and choppy with onshore winds. No good photos to show or report but here is some good video of the surf just yesterday, at Ponce Inlet. Filmed by Cody Coleman, check it out:
After a week of small waves, will a low approaching from the NE Gulf offer any hope for improvement this weekend? Dean’s latest Surf Station Surf Forecast.
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