Comments: Not looking bad at all... there are some fun waves at times!
Waves waist to chest high, occ a little bigger. The wind will be onshore this aftneroon
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Surf Report Comments
7:15 am: The surf looks like it has kept some size overnight. Our wave height is about waist to chest high or so with fair to good form. the wind is light at less than 5 knots. The marine forecast calls for S to SW at only around 5-10 knots (Local up to the minute wind info here). The Grays Reef Buoy is showing a swell height of 3.9 feet at 10 seconds up from yesterdays 3.6 feet at 9.1 seconds.
11:00 am: Dean called and said he is seeing some larger sets down south. He said it is heading this way. He said he undercalled his surf forecast so go with a more optimistic call on how big the surf is going to get. At report time, the waves out back look about 2-3 feet, with some occasional larger sets than that pushing through at times. It has a light chop with fair to good form with light onshore winds…
2:15 pm: Plenty of swell with some bump to it on this Monday afternoon. It’s breaking outside and there are some chest high waves on the outside sandbar. Check the photos in box #2…. you can see there are some lines with medium sized slopes to be had for the surfers and SUP’ers…
March Madness Man-o-War, Sargassum seaweed and square grouper washing in along the coast- what next? Dean’s Surf Station Surf Forecast suggests a rare (out of season Atlantic) sub-tropical storm (Arlene?) will produce a week-long groundswell.
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