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Increasing N swell waves with colder conditions Some peaks over waist high and drifty
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7:05 am: Increasing N swell waves start out your Friday morning. The waves size is 1-2 feet with fair to poor form. The wind is cool to cold NNW @ 13-19 knots (Local up to the minute wind info here) with the marine forecast calling for N winds @ 20 knots today, ahead of the coming cold front. The Grays Reef Buoy is showing a wave height measurement of 4 feet at 5 seconds up from yesterday’s 2.0 feet at 3 seconds. Here is a look at the St. Augustine virtual buoy this morning. New photos are coming up soon…
8:35 am: Early morning photo are up in box #1 and you can see we have a new developing north swell. It’s super chilly out early with cold northerly wind.
12:15 pm: Choppier surf as we head into Friday afternoon. The chilly sideshore winds have increased. The surf is on the increase too. New photos are up in box #2
4:45 pm: Rough day in terms of surf. Wind out of the N @ 20 knots, but the good news is that the surf has increased! It looks to be around waist to rib high so we should have some size for the weekend.
* Dog attack at the beach! That’s what the lead in slider photo looks like this morning. We are having a caption contest on the SS instagram as to what is going on 🙂
Check out Dean’s Surf Forecast for a look ahead…
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