Comments: Although not great, there are some occasional fun waves.
Semi-light E wind until dark with the incoming tide.
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Surf Report Comments
7:05 am: Similar or slightly smaller surf than yesterday, early on this Friday morning. Wave size around knee to waist high. Somewhat choppy with the wind from ESE. The marine forecast calling for E 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 4.9 feet at 10.8 seconds, down from yesterdays 5.6 feet at 12.1 seconds. You can see the ocean moving early on the SS HD Cam page.
8:05 am: Onshore winds and semi-choppy early morning surf. Waves are smaller than yesterday with the waves size mostly around knee to waist high. but once in a while a rib high or so set waves will push through. Early morning photos are up in box #1.
10:55 am: Choppier surf as we head toward low tide. It looks a little more consistent and not any smaller. Plenty of thigh to waist high waves with a few set waves a little bigger than that. Bumpy with the onshore winds…
11:45 am : The wind has switched straight onshore making it only semi-choppy on the faces now. With the lower tide the consistency and the size has increased slightly.Most waves were looking sectiony and just closing out and reforming a lot in typical Florida fashion. New photos are up in box 2...
5:15 pm: The wind is still out of the East though it is lighter than this afternoon, that combined with the incoming tide is making for some peaky quick waves on the inside that look like they could be fun at the right sandbars with the right board. Most were closing out but giving enough time to fit a turn or 2 in there. New photos are up in box 3…
* 10 Years ago today in St. Augustine: Yesterday’s 3-4+ epic surf from Tropical Storm Tammy has dropped some overnight to 2 to occasionally 3 feet. Water temperate 80