Comments: Could be fun. Ya might want to at least look at it.
Very Choppy surf with strong onshores. Waves 3-4 feet occasionally larger as the wind continues to kick up the swell.
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7:20 am: The waves look bigger in size to yesterday. Our wave height is about 3-4 feet. The wind is E @ 18-21 knots early, with the marine forecast calling for E winds @ 20-25 knots today. (See pier data here and real time wind data from 3rd Street here). The East Canaveral Buoy is showing windwaves of 7.2 feet at 7.1 seconds up from yesterday. You can see the ocean moving early on the SS HD Cam page.
8:30 am: Large choppy surf. Breaking on the far out side, some waves top to bottom. Many of the waves are crumbly and choppy & blown out though. Very choppy with the very strong onshore wind.
12:30 pm: Big N Bouncy + choppy surf this afternoon. Check the late morning photos in box #2 to get an idea of what it’s like…
5:00 pm: Big choppy surf continues this evening. The wind is blowing ENE at 17 knots and the drift is still going strong from the North to the South. The waves are about chest to shoulder high with some head high to overhead sets. It is breaking on the outside bar and is looking very disorganized. I didn’t see anybody out, but you could get a couple waves if you don’t mind the chop. New photos in box 3.
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* The Surf Station Surf Forecast from Dean calls for the prolonged run of sizeable, roughed up surf to spread out in period (3-4’+ ground swell @ 12 seconds!) and linger into the holiday weekend with much lighter winds..
* The Buy and Sell section has used surfboards for sale or trade. Here is the link to the page which is working.
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