Comments: It’s ridable, not real good though.
Waves mostly around knee to thigh and sideshore winds
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7:10 am: The surf has dropped down again some overnight. Smaller surf today with the waves around knee to thigh high looking at it real early. The wind is NW @ 8 knots early based on the the pier data. On the Grays Reef Buoy to the north the wave height measurement is 1.6 feet at a 3.9 seconds, down in duration from yesterday’s 3.9 feet at 4 seconds. Morning photos are coming up next.
9:45 am: Chilly at the beach with bright sunshine. The surf has not improved and in fact the wind has picked up some more sideshore NNW so it’s looking a somewhat drifty with the cool sideshore northerly wind. Not much size to the surf...
1:15 pm: Small semi-choppy surf. You can see in the new photos in box #2 the waves are small and somewhat choppy. It is ridable and a nice day at the beach, under super sunny skies
5:40: The surf has not improved since earlier. It is small semi-choppy to choppy and there wasn’t a wave seen over thigh high. Even the pelicans weren’t feeling the surf this evening. New photos are up in box #3. The waves did look longboardable, but not much more than that…
*If you are just getting back online, here is how the shop and it’s employees were doing just after the Hurricane Matthew. Since then, we are getting a little more on our feet each day. Link to shop statement
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