Okay, we do appear to be having a week coming up of small ‘potential’ ground swell surf…
The incoming “windswell” coming in late today, which we hope will become ground swell as it continues to roll in Friday may provide us some waist to chest high waves , sometime late Thursday, with offshore winds Saturday morning and possible offshore winds Sunday morning.
By Thursday nite, I should have a more accurate reading of the winds for Saturday morning, along with how strong the swell is out by the 120 mile buoy.
At least we should have some ridable waves for a number of days, when you catch it during the right tides.
I did catch some ridable wind swell semi-glass Tuesday afternoon here at The Cape, right after the thunderstorms passed over, knee to thigh high, but more power than I would have expected for a 5 to 6 second period wind swell.
Follow us closely in the next couple days and we hope to have a positive report of what’s to come. The moving period chart is here, if you would like to see the animation of the chart at magicseaweed.com.
Until then, have a great mid-week Wednesday, and if you want an hour of peace and forgiveness, check out Christ Lutheran Church tonight at 7 Pm to here about the last 7 words of Jesus Christ as he was dying on the cross.