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Report Overview

Report Title:
Monday Evening
Reporter:
Jesse Moore
Report Of The Day:
4
Change From Yesterday:
Smaller
Change From Last Report:
Wind is onshore
Current Wave Size:
2 feet occ larger
Surface Conditions:
Semi-choppy
Surf Station Surf Factor:
3.25
3.25 (on a 1-10 scale)
Comments: Although not great, there are some occasional fun waves.
6 Hour Forecast:

Waves waist to chest high, occasionally a little larger with sideoffshore winds. Semi-glassy to glassy surface conditions early. Then a light sea breeze in the afternoon.

Dean's Long Range Forecast:

Swell Info

Form:
fair to poor
Wave Size In Body Height:
Thigh to Rib High
Largest Wave:
chest high
Surf Is On Increase or Decrease:
leveled off in size
Wind Swell / Ground Swell / Combo:
Wind & Groundswell mix
Swell Direction:
E/ESE
Current:
Some, from the south
Swell Interval:
some 4.5-10 second readings on the buoy
Hard To Paddle Out:
2.5

Wind Info

Wind Direction, Speed, & Air Temp:
Wind Direction / Speed For Florida:
Local Radar Link:

Tides

Today's Tide Data:
Tomorrow's Tide Data:
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Temperature, Critters, & More

Water Temperature:
83
Water Clarity:
Fair
Critters:
No new reports
St. Augustine Weather Station:

Surf Report Comments

Sunday:

6:55 am: After the increase yesterday, the waves have leveled off in size overnight. It’s waist to chest high occasionally a little larger on the drop in, with fair form with semi-glassy conditions. The wind is blowing SSW @ 6-7 knots. The East Canaveral Buoy is showing a swell height of 4.6 feet at 5.9 seconds changed from yesterdays 4.6 feet at 6.2 seconds. You can see the ocean moving early on the SS HD Cam page.

 

9:10 am: Some really fun waves this morning. Fun lefts and right with finally some size. it’s a been a long flat summer and to have waves is oh so nice. Light offshores early and into mid morning.

12:20 pm:  The wind has turned onshore around mid day, but it has stayed light at only 6 knots making it still look semi-glassy. The waves should hold throughout the day and it could get pretty fun again around low tide. New photos are up in box 2…

6:05 pm: It is nowhere near as good as it was this morning but there are definitely still some waves. The wind is now onshore out of the East at 9 knots creating semi choppy conditions. The waves are about thigh to rib high with occasional bigger sets.  The tide is coming in, so we may get an extra push before dark. New pics in box 3.

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* Historic Hurricane Fred becomes the 1st hurricane to ever threaten the Cape Verde Islands in the distant far eastern Atlantic. Meanwhile, Dean discusses which direction our local surf will take this week, extending the forecast out to Labor Day’s new swell in the SS forecast.

* Buy and sell surfboards and misc. direct with other surfers. Here is the link: http://www.surf-station.com/community/

* It’s fun to look back at what just happened in Ma Ocean earlier today, yesterday, and in months, and even years gone by. All of our surf reports are now archived. Here are recent archived reports, and here is the website with photos from years gone by. Yesterday there were some fun surf & skim waves at Vilano.

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