Comments: Although not great, there are some occasional fun waves.
Waves thigh to stomach high with choppy conditions. The wind is forecast to be onshore all day
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7 am: It’s a little smaller and choppy early on this Monday morning. The wave height looks about thigh to waist high, with choppy conditions. The wind is E @ 11-12 knots, but the marine forecast calls for E/ESE winds @ 15-20 knots today (Local up to the minute wind info here). On the The Grays Reef Buoy is showing a swell height of 2.3 feet at 8 seconds changed from yesterdays 2 feet @ 10 seconds. Here is a look at the St. Augustine virtual buoy this morning.
11:45 am: The tide is going out and the surf doesn’t look any better. It doesn’t looks worse either. The wind has lightened up some, which is good news. New photos coming soon…
12:30 pm: New photos are up in box #2 and it’s trying to break outside as the tide backs out. Low tide is at 2:35 pm so it may improve some from here. The fact that the wind is lighter is good new seven though it was forecast to be strong onshore. Once the tide starts pushing in, later on, let’s hope for a push with the tide…
5:45 pm: Choppy surf this evening with the onshores. Getting a slight push with the incoming tide. The inside is improving. Will get some photos and report back…
7:00 pm: Photos are up in box #3 and the inside did improve before dark! Onshore and choppy but waves.
And looks like we will have waves in the morning as well… over and out..
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Looks like a moderate-size, rideable/rotating wind swell will carry into mid-week. Will the wind cooperate? Dean’s Surf Station Surf Forecast has the answer.
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