Thursday night surf guess (9/29/10)

Posted: September 30, 2010 in Brevard Surf Predictions Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach

Weather channell Friday am wind report 6 am to 2 pm, for Cocoa Beach, see the red area, 5 -7 mph WNW mostly

Weather channell Friday am wind report 6 am to 2 pm, for Cocoa Beach, see the red area, 5 -7 mph WNW mostly

The size based on what I see with the growth in stength of the swell (from 10 sec to 11 second period) means more of ground swell.  Size is looking to be at least waist high to shoulder high for Friday morning and decreasing slowly thru the day.  The size is depending weather you do the Cape or Satellite Beach respectively.

The 120 buoy is still growng, it hit 14 feet at 11 seconds, and 12.5 at 12 seconds, but with the winds blowing offshore all night tonight, it may keep some of the swell from coming in any more.

To the chase waist to shoulder high and glassy is my guess.   With the swell fading overnight Friday, but should be ridable Saturday for awhile. (longboard probably).

The 120 buoy has been growing since we surfed today at 8 to 2 PM, it hit 14 feet at 11 seconds, and increased in strength of swell.  But I think the swell will decrease slightly overnight due to the offshore winds all night long tonight.

The 120 buoy has been growing since we surfed today at 8 to 2 PM, it hit 14 feet at 11 seconds, and increased in strength of swell. But I think the swell will decrease slightly overnight due to the offshore winds all night long tonight.

I put the 120 buoy chart here, to show the growth, but the size of our surf is reflected above in my writing.

Sorry, the updates kinda dry tonight, 6 hours of surfing and I’m spent,  ain’t getting any younger 🙂

If you don’t want these charts backing up some comments just let me know.   Thanks.   Art

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