Comments: Although not great, there are some occasional fun waves.
Wave size thigh to rib high, with brisk onshore NE winds
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Sunday, November 22nd:
Reporter: David Smart
The ocean is choppy again this morning with the wave size in the thigh to rib high range. Brisk sideshore N winds are making for some bumpy and mixed up conditions out there. The marine forecast is calling for strong NE winds @ 15-20 knots today. On the local St. Augustine Buoy the wave height measurements is 6.2 feet at 8 seconds down a tad from yesterdays 6.6 feet at 8 seconds. Our live cam page is here with a closer up look here: Surf Station Surf Cam. On the Surf Station Weather Station you can see the wind direction and speed on our live wind meter: check it out here.
9:45 am: Some mid morning photos are up in box #2 and you can see a few surfers out enjoying the occasional rib high waves. Cross sideshore winds so it’s somewhat messy. Some wobbly, sectiony, broken up lines on the waves that need the right sandbar to catch it right. Actually, we need the wind to cooperate, which it is not doing, as of report time. Overcast at the beach…
12:55 pm: A few photos from the pier are up in box #3. Hope you don’t mind the weird filters. Some experimenting going on. The waves are wonky and unorganized. Definitely some power in some of the waves though . Seeing some chest high waves at report time…
8:05 pm: The surf improved some late in the day. Here are few screen grabs from the Surf Station Surf Cam, taken at 3rd Street. Let’s hope it holds for tomorrow….
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