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Report Overview

Report Title:
Friday Evening
Report Of The Day:
Change From Yesterday:
Similar in size
Change From Last Report:
The wind has picked up making it choppy
Current Wave Size:
1 to occasionally 2 feet
Surface Conditions:
Choppy, lumpy
Surf Station Surf Factor:
1.75 (on a 1-10 scale)
Comments: It’s ridable, not real good though.
6 Hour Forecast:

Similar sized surf to the past few days with waves only knee high to occasionally thigh high and choppy till dark. Check Dean's forecast for more info

Dean's Long Range Forecast:

Swell Info

Wave Size In Body Height:
Knee to thigh high, occ a little larger
Largest Wave:
some thigh high sets
Surf Is On Increase or Decrease:
up and down with the lulls and surges of this swell
Wind Swell / Ground Swell / Combo:
Swell Direction:
Slight, if any
Swell Interval:
some 8-9 second readings on the buoy
Hard To Paddle Out:

Wind Info

Wind Direction, Speed, & Air Temp:
Wind Direction / Speed For Florida:
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Today's Tide Data:
Tomorrow's Tide Data:
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Temperature, Critters, & More

Water Temperature:
Water Clarity:
No new reports
St. Augustine Weather Station:

Surf Report Comments


6:50 am: The waves are starting Similar in size to the past couple of days early on the is Friday morning . It’s glassy early with waves 1 to occasionally 2 feet on inconsistent set waves. The wind is west @ 3-5 knots. The East Canaveral Buoy is showing a swell height of 2.3 feet at 8.3 seconds, down from yesterdays 2.6 feet at 10 seconds. You can see the ocean moving early on the SS HD Cam page.

9:15 am
: The dawn patrol session was fun (see morning photos in box #1) but since then Ma Ocean has lulled a little. Not seeing those over waist high set waves that were there for a while. Hopefully they will return. At report time, with the tide going out, we are already sort of ‘in between tides’ and with the waves closing out on the inside. Some spots may see improvement as the tide backs out though. We need to hope the forecast onshore winds hold off as long as they can….

11:30 am: The wind has picked up a bit making the waves look a bit more textured. They are still looking rideable though with some of those sets around waist high at the right spots. The wind is predicted to increase throughout the day but go straight onshore so it shouldn’t get too choppy. New photos are up in box 2…

5:00 pm:  The wind has increased once again making it nice and choppy out there with some minimal thigh high sets. It is surfable if you want to get wet. It should glass off  and be about the same size again for the early morning tomorrow, so you might just want to wait. New photos are up in box 2…


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* Will struggling Tropical Storm Erika weaken or strengthen to a hurricane? Will it help improve the size of our small surf? Dean discusses in detail in the latest SS surf forecast here.

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