6:55 am: Beautiful clean peelers this morning from the thigh to stomach high and even the occasional big jammer coming through. I am seeing some beautiful A-frame peaks and a very nice/long left about 100 yards north of the pier. Wave size is easily 2-4 feet. The wind is offshore from the W at around 7 knots, and the marine forecast calls for light W winds today and then it should switch a little later this afternoon. There is swell on the Grays Reef Buoy off Georgia as well as the Canaveral Buoy to the south. Here is the SS You Tube Cam page & once there is enough light you can see this mornings surf. *pics will be up soon
9:45 am: Clean, glassy, lined up groundswell @ mid morning. The surf looks so fun! New photos are up in box #2 so you can see for yourself. Sunny skies and some clean over chest high waves at times…
12:45 pm: The wind has turned light onshore so the glassy conditions are no more. A lite chop to some otherwise lined up groundswell lines. It looks a little less consistent too, so I downgraded this morning 6 on the surf factor to a 4.25. The waves still look pretty fun though…
1:45 pm: The wind has picked up a little more so there is a little more chop to it. Still fun waves but a little smaller and a little more bump to it.
3:45 pm: Looking smaller. Considerably smaller than earlier. Without the local buoy, it’s hard to figure out why, but it is what it is. Smaller, semi-choppy surf now. Still some over waist high set waves but not as good of form and with the onshore wind it’s not near as good.
How will the surf be in the days ahead? The Surf Station Surf Forecast page has the answer.
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