Comments: Although not great, there are some occasional fun waves.
Wave size knee to up to waist high with clocking winds that will increase in speed offshore today
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Surf Report Comments
Monday, March 1st, 2021
Reporter: Tory Strange
5:50 am: This is a predawn report with the best guesstimate on the wave size based on sounds at the beach and buoy data. Waves are likely 1-2 feet, possibly a little larger on some sets. The wind is light SSW at 2 knots so the surface conditions are likely glassy . The marine forecast calls for the wind to clock more offshore as the day goes on. On the local St. Augustine Buoy the early wave height measurements 3.3 feet at 5 seconds changed from yesterdays is 3 feet at 8 seconds . Our live cam page is here with a closer up look here: Surf Station Surf Cam. The Surf Station Weather Station is back up and running: see local wind here.
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