Comments: Worth it if you have nothing else going on.
Choppy surf with NE winds. Waves 2 to 3 feet occasionally larger as the wind kicks up the swell.
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6:40 am: The waves look similar in size to yesterday. Our wave height is about waist to rib high with an occasional larger set wave. The wind is NE @ 17-20 knots early, with the marine forecast calling for NE winds @15-20 knots today. (See pier data here and real time wind data from 3rd Street here). The East Canaveral Buoy is showing a groundswell of 5.6 feet at 7.7 seconds changed from yesterdays 3.6 feet at 11.4 seconds. You can see the ocean moving early on the SS HD Cam page.
10:25 am: Since the dawn patrol photos were posted up earlier then wind has clocked more onshore and increased so its choppier now. Choppy and quite junky looking. Looks like the size is trying to increase, even with the outgoing tide.
12:45 pm: The choppy surf is continuing to push in at report time. Our wave height is about waist to about chest high with poor form. The wind is blowing in from the NNE @ 16-17 knots. The Canaveral Buoy is showing a swell height of 3.9 feet @ 11.4 seconds from the ENE.
5:00 pm: Choppy surf continues this evening with NE winds at 17 knots. The waves are in the waist to rib high range with an occasional chest high set. It is still very drifty from the North to the South. Its a mess out there but there are a few rideable waves if you need to get in the water. New photos in box 3.
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* The Surf Station Surf Forecast from Dean is looking ahead at a prolonged run of sizeable waves all the way through Thanksgiving, caped off with a long period ground swell approaching 5’@12 seconds leading into the weekend.
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