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Man, all I can say is, it was like the difference between Pipeline and Keywest today.
I surfed the pier, and it was waist to chest high (North side), and shoulder high on the South.
Then I watched 6 people surfing down south at Hangars (which would be the same for any of the rock reef breaks), and the set waves, the big big set waves were never less than 5 or 6 foot overhead. The walls were so thick, peeling so perfect, no a-frames, they were closeouts in the middle, but the left and right shoulders were incredible. For the 20 or so minutes that I watched, there were some even bigger sets coming thru.
The image above and the following sequence of 8 total images are actually from a group of 20 in a sequence taken by a Gulfster.com photographer. I just posted 8 of the images so that you could see how the initial wave drop in was 6 or so ft overhead, and then at the end of his ride it was still quite a bit overhead.
If you want to see all these images taken by Gulfster.com then check it out here: http://www.gulfster.com. They were from Sunday, 11/14/2010.
We got totally blocked out in the North from North Cocoa Beach thru Canaveral. I doubt even the streets got the full size that PAFB got.
Monday morning, down south there should definitely be some head high plus waves. And it looks to be wsw winds up till around 10 or 11 in Satellite Beach.