6:35 am: The wind continues onshore and the surf is still somewhat choppy and disorganized. On the Canaveral Buoy to the south, the ground swell measurement from Tropical Storm Cristobal is 6 feet at 9 seconds up a tad from yesterday. On the Grays Reef Buoy to the north we have ground swells of 3.3 feet at 8.3 down from yesterdays 4.6 feet at 9.1 seconds. You can see early morning photos and video on the SS You Tube Cam page.
8:20 am: Onshore winds and continued Cristobal waves early on this Wednesday morning. You can see in the morning photos in box #1 that there are some fun waves. On second look, it’s not as messy and mixed up, and still some size.
11:30 am: Choppy but there are some fun waves pushing through. Lots of makeable sections with some over chest high peaks. If the wind would lay down it would be even better. You can see photos and video on the SS You Tube Cam page.
12:06 pm: Choppy but there are some fun waves pushing through. Fun looking inside right now the outside could start to work as the tide backs out. Midday Pics will be up soon
7:30 pm: Choppy but fun surf this afternoon. Sorry for the late update but the website went down (and your surf reporter had to surf too). it was choppy but fun. Now as we get closer and closer to dark the wind is lightning up and it’s not as choppy as the late afternoon photos in box #3. The swell is still there but not as big as this morning.
And lets hope a lot of this swell holds for tomorrow. We will be back super early with a fresh update then.. over and out…
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