Hurricane Irene Surf Report Wednesday night (at 9:00 PM) and Surf Forecast for Cape Canaveral n Cocoa Beach (posted August 24, 2011)

Posted: August 24, 2011 in Alerts for Johnson Avenue beaches, Brevard Huge Swell and Hurricane Photos, Brevard Surf Predictions Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach
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The model for 6 AM Friday morning looks to be a glitch, and my guess is it will be around 8.5 feet at 13 or 14 seconds, but we'll see.  The storm picked up some speed and now will share it size while its dark.  Compliments of magicseaweed.com

The model for 6 AM Friday morning looks to be a glitch, and my guess is it will be around 8.5 feet at 13 or 14 seconds, but we'll see. The storm picked up some speed and now will share it size while its dark. Compliments of magicseaweed.com

Friday is the day.  For 36 hours the models have been consistently telling me this.  The chart shows 6 AM Friday morning.  The Hurricane once it gets a little past us, will give us the morning offshore winds,  Irene should be around 250 miles east of us,  so we should still have some heavy rain Friday morning, no lightning, just rain and wind.

Friday morning, the swell is looking to be 10.5 feet at 13 seconds at 3 AM, but,  it has gotten weird and the models show a really fast drop to 6 feet at 15 seconds at 6 AM.  I believe that to be a glitch,  the 10.5 feet at 13 seconds translates from probably 12 to 16 foot faces, depending on the break you go to.  But, if it has dropped to even 8 feet at 13 or so seconds, then the size should be 10 to 12 foot faces.  The winds for 24 hour have been pointing at NNW winds before light and maybe till 8, and NW winds by 8 AM in the 22 to 25 mph range. There will probably be gusts in the 30 or 35 range.

This should be totally epic.   Anywhere North of Minuteman Causeway is your best bet if you want offshore winds.  Satellite Beach would be sideshore to slightly offshore with NW winds.

Thursday, will be bigger than today in the morning, as the Hurricane rolls in and peaks between midnight Thursday and 6 AM Friday morning.  In the morning on Thursday it will be overhead but probably weaker than today, but by 6 or 7 PM, the full size should be here and some pretty huge chop with around 15 mph ENE to NE winds all day, probably some higher gusts in there.

Saturday, I think we’ll have some chest to shoulder high epic leftovers with 20 mph West offshore winds. Surf anywhere,  with West winds, down South should be great.

Sunday, who cares 🙂  Well I do, but I’d like to see some more charts by Friday before I make an educated guess. Hah, this stuff is all guesswork after your face turns blue from looking at data 5 times a day, 7 days a week 🙂

Have a great epic session Friday and Saturday.

oldwaverider

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