Sunday Morning
Sunday Mid Day
Saturday Evening
July 23th, Evening
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Report Overview

Report Title:
Sunday Mid Day
Tory Strange
Report Of The Day:
Change From Yesterday:
Similar in size
Change From Last Report:
Winds from the South
Current Wave Size:
1 to occasionally 2 feet
Surface Conditions:
Surf Station Surf Factor:
2.5 (on a 1-10 scale)
Comments: Could be fun. Ya might want to at least look at it.
6 Hour Forecast:

Fairly choppy surf with waves around knee to waist high with an increased winds from the S and SSW.

Dean's Long Range Forecast:

Swell Info

fair to poor
Wave Size In Body Height:
Knee to thigh high
Largest Wave:
Waist high
Surf Is On Increase or Decrease:
Wind Swell / Ground Swell / Combo:
Swell Direction:
some, out of the south
Swell Interval:
some 10 second readings on the buoy
Hard To Paddle Out:

Wind Info

Wind Direction, Speed, & Air Temp:
Wind Direction / Speed For Florida:
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Today's Tide Data:
Tomorrow's Tide Data:
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Temperature, Critters, & More

Water Temperature:
Water Clarity:
no new reports in (send them in and we will post them up)
St. Augustine Weather Station:

Surf Report Comments


6:30 am: The waves are only about knee high with fair to poor form to start off this Sunday Morning. The wind is S to SSW @ 10-12 knots. The marine forecast is calling for S winds @ 20 knots today. The Canaveral Buoy is showing a swell height of 1.0 feet at 10 seconds from the ESE, the same as yesterday’s reading. The Grays Reef Buoy is showing waves of 1.6 feet at 9.1 seconds, up from yesterday’s reading as well. You can always check the waves in near live time, recorded so you can replay, on the SS Cam page.

11:35 am: Somewhat choppy surf with the brisk sideshore wind. The wind waffles from SSE to SSW so can appear choppier, or slightly cleaner, depending on what the wind is doing. For the most part it is south and sideshore, so somewhat choppy. The wave size has increased slightly, but only when the new larger set waves do come in. Other times it appears small. We took new photos, from FA, and in them you can see a few of the freak larger set waves. We will post them up within the hour.

2:30 pm
: The wind has picked up sideshore with some gust up to 20 knots. You can see the wind data here @ the pier . The surf looks windblown as a result. You can see the whitecaps on the SS cam page. As far as the rest of the afternoon, it depends on the wind. If a thundershower pushes through it could glass off. Or it could stay windy and choppy. Keep you eye on the wind as that is the key to the form. Wave size is around knee to waist high.

6:30 pm
: Sideshorish wind and not clean surf. Still somewhat choppy with the southerly flow. Waves about knee to waist high and drifty. Cloudy at the beach. Some waves to ride if you do not mind the current and rather sloppy conditions
This may do it until early early tomorrow morning. over and out…

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