Comments: It could be ridable. If ya got nothing better to do.
Waves flat to shin to knee high with choppy conditions
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Surf Report Comments
6:45 am: The surf looks real super small early on this Tuesday morning. The wave height is only up to knee high (on sets) with semi-choppy conditions. The wind is from the NE @ 5-9 knots early with the marine forecast calling for the wind to be NE @ 10-15 knots later today (See and real time wind data from 3rd Street here). The East Canaveral buoy has gone adrift so we are reporting the inside Canaveral Buoy and it is 1.0 feet at 8 seconds this morning. You can see the ocean moving on the Surf Station Cam.
8:00 am: Early morning photos are up and boy oh boy is it flat. Nearly no waves. Onshore winds so semi-choppy. It is a beautiful sunrise though, as you can see in the photos…
12:30 pm: The small surf has continued but there has been a slight increase with the higher tide. It is somewhat inconsistent and looks completely flat in between sets. The waves are looking really soft, mushy, and breaking on the inside, however it is definitely rideable on the right gear if you are dying for a surf..
* Dean’s Surf Station Surf Forecast calls for more size starting Wednesday, with a week-long run of surf from several swell source in the Atlantic, (with the track and intensity of Invest 99L the wild card), caped off by (potential Major Hurricane) Gaston’s ground swell next week.
* Lots of surfboards for sale in the Surf Station’s Buy and Sell classified section. Here is the link.
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