Comments: Worth it if you have nothing else going on.
Onshore winds with chopped up conditions with high tide mush till dark, could find some waves breaking on the inside.
Temperature, Critters, & More
Surf Report Comments
7:00 am: Smaller surf than yesterday this morning. Still some waves but considerably smaller with waves waist high at times. More of a wait in between sets. Somewhat choppy but the wind just shifted west from the overnight NNE . The marine forecast calling for NE winds today. (See pier data here and real time wind data from 3rd Street here). The East Canaveral Buoy is showing a swell height of 5.6 feet at 12.1 seconds, down from yesterdays 7.9 feet at 12.1 seconds. You can see the ocean moving early on the SS HD Cam page.
10:00 am: The wind is waffling around but it is light. With very light winds, it’s semi-glassy at mid morning. But the wind may go onshore and bump it up as the day goes on. Overall some semi-glassy fun looking smaller scale waves at mid morning.
12:00 pm: It’s still semi-glassy around mid day, and with the lower tide the waves have picked up in consistency and size. It was looking pretty fun out there, but the wind is still going to pick up and go onshore later this afternoon combined also with high tide. New photos are up in box 2…
5:00 pm: As predicted the wind has picked up and gone onshore making it nice and choppy. This along with the mush caused by the high tide is making it not all that appealing out there. There were a few outside sets rolling in, as well as some more punchy looking ones on the inside though neither are as good as around mid day. New photos are up in box 3…
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