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Perkins, Hightowers and RC’s all had the perfect wind and a great exiting ground swell that delivered some hollow barrels and long makeable chest to head high lines on Friday. Unfortunately, up North at the Cape, the swell just didn’t cooperate 😉
I didn’t get to take many pictures Friday, cause I just shot them quickly before I surfed, so I used up the only head high wave shots in yesterday’s post. These shots are mostly chest high.
What’s up with surf? I’m sure you guessed a no brainer. Sunday, look for double overhead powerful ground swell chop in Satellite Beach and the Cape it’s impossible to call since the swell angle is so sharp, it’s hard to say how much we’ll get. This morning by 10 Am, I would have thought I’d see at least chest high waves coming in at the Cape, but it was just leftovers from the leaving ground swell on Friday.
Monday thru Wednesday, it still looks like big overhead chop, but Wednesday morning may have a chance of North winds, which is slight offshore for the Cape.
Thursday is still shaping up for overhead and glassy in Satellite Beach and by then perhaps chest high and glassy at the Cape. By Tuesday, we’ll have a handle on the swell entrance and wind for Wednesday and Thursday at the Cape.
Have a great Sunday and enjoy the Air Show!
Here’s the Air Show Sunday schedule or team of participants:
12:00 n till 2 PM ? approx. Cocoa Beach Air Show – Lori Wilson Park
• 101st Airborne Screaming Eagle – Flag Jump and Show
• GEICO Skytypers
• F-18 Hornet demo
• 920th Rescue Wing CSAR demo
• John Black in the Super Decathlon
• Rob Holland in the Veterans Home Loans MX-2
• F-16 Viper demo
• F-4 Phantom 3-pass demo
• USAF Heritage Flight
• Navy Seals Leap Frogs
• Heavy Metal Jet Team