Comments: Although not great, there are some occasional fun waves.
Continued surf but smaller now with waves thigh to rib high, occ a little larger. Semi-glassy with lighter winds .
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Surf Report Comments
6:50 am: The waves look smaller than yesterday, but it’s glassy this morning . Our wave height is about thigh to rib high with good form. The wind is north @ only 2 knots . The marine forecast calling for E winds @ 5-10 knots today. (See pier data here and real time wind data from 3rd Street here). The East Canaveral Buoy is showing groundswell of 5.2 feet at 10 seconds changed from yesterdays 4.9 feet at 10 seconds. You can see the ocean moving early on the SS HD Cam page.
9:20 am: Real super light winds so glassy surface conditions as we head into mid morning. A slight lump to the waves but overall it is way glassier and cleaner than it has been. Some set waves a little over waist high, and with incoming tide the waves look fun at key spots…
1:15 pm: The surf is still looking pretty fun at report time. The wave height is about waist to chest high on some set waves with fair to good from. It is a little overcast out there but the waves are still looking good. The wind is NE @ 6 knot right now. The Canaveral buoy is showing a swell height of 4.3 feet @ 9.1 seconds from the East.
4:15 pm: With the wind real light the semi-glassy to glassy surface conditions are making for some fun looking waves. It depends on the spot as the tide needs to be right. Some spots are better than others. At the right sandbar, there will be fun waves this evening…
5:00 pm: It looks like the size has dropped off a little from earlier, but there are still some fun waves out there. The wind is light out of the ESE at 1 knt creating glassy conditions. The surf is about thigh to rib high with occasional bigger sets. It looks like it is moving to the outside sandbar with the outgoing tide. New photos in box 3.