6:50 am: The surf again looks real small on this Wednesday morning. Close to flat. The surf (or lack thereof) looks to be only shin high amnd breaking close to shore early with the wind WNW at around 7-8 knots after the passing of a cool front. On the Canaveral Buoy to the south, the ground swell measurement is 1.3 feet at 8.3 seconds , the same as yesterday. Here is a link to the Grays Reef Buoy. You can see early morning photos and video on the SS You Tube Cam page.
12:00 pm: The Surf has picked up a little with the high tide, it is currently about shin to knee high with the occasional slightly bigger set. There is an offshore wind out of the WNW at 5 knots and the Canaveral Buoy to the south is showing 1.3 ft at 9.1 seconds. It is looking pretty weak but it is rideable on a longboard and maybe even a fish. Keep an eye out in the tropics as they are starting to become active… maaaaybe a swell next week? New photos coming soon.
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