Cape Canaveral surf update report, Tuesday morning (11/30/10)


November 2009 a photographer friend of mine took this of me during a chilly November day at Perkins.
November 2009 a photographer friend of mine took this of me during a chilly November day at Perkins.

We have our respectable size wind swell among us, which may also throw a nice gift our way Wednesday morning.

Wednesday morning, The size could be waist high here in Canaveral with some winter glass, textured kinda stuff,  bigger south,  with some brisk offshore winds starting at at SSW for daybreak in the 12+ mph range , and picking up throughout the day up to 15 +, switching to the NNW.

Then we have a back to back really high period ground swell coming that should jump right onto this wind swell, which should be at the beach sometime between 2 Pm Wednesday and dinner time.  The winds ought to be out of the North with some hints of offshore, but mostly North, so it could be pretty friendly up here at the Cape.  Pick your North wind blocker spot and head out.

I’ll look at it closer tonight after I can see how the winds intend to cooperate with us for Wednesday morn.

Hope to see ya out Wednesday morn!   If it’s waist high,  then Johnson Ave. is it, otherwise, maybe a trip down to Hangars.

Have a great day!

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