Monday night addition :) Sunday night Surf Report update 7 PM (Dec. 4rth), Surfing photos of Chad September 13 2011 day one of Tropical Storm Maria on Johnson Avenue, Northeast Swell continues thru 12/9 at least, Surf Report and Forecast for Cape Canaveral n Cocoa Beach (posted December 04, 2011)

Posted: December 4, 2011 in All The People and the Surfers, Brevard Surf Predictions Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach, Brevard Surfing Photos - general swells, Chad
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Chad caught the wave of the day for this swell, (which was in another photo gallery) but we are all impressed with his technique and ability of using no wax on his board and yet hugging this left for a fairly long ride. Image 1 of 3 in sequence. Photos by Oldwaverider

Chad caught the wave of the day for this swell, (which was in another photo gallery) but we are all impressed with his technique and ability of using no wax on his board and yet hugging this left for a fairly long ride. Image 1 of 3 in sequence. Photos by Oldwaverider

OK, IT’S NOW SHOWING OFFSHORE WINDS FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING UNTIL 10 AM.  SW around 5 to 8 switching around fast to NNW by 10 or 11 AM.   The Cape, CCB and Satellite models are showing the same thing for Wed. morn;  so we’ll see what happens 12 hours from now 🙂

That also means, that Wednesday showing 5.5 ft of swell at 10 seconds, means head high for us and 2 to 3 foot overhead faces in Satellite.

Thursday is showing offshore but the swell drops to waist to chest high instead of the size I mentioned last night below.

Back to last nights update below>>>

THE BEST YEAR OF WAVES CONTINUES……………:)   It’s hitting 10 feet at 11 seconds at the 120 a couple hours today.  The 20 mile buoy hit 9.5 feet at 10 seconds, so this swell is peaking in size and power for Monday.

Monday the waves should be chest to head high with sum rogue sets at the Cape, and in the morning, we may have winds less than 15 mph, while it brings in the rest of the swell.  Then by Monday late afternoon, the winds should drop off even more.    Satellite Beach should be a couple or three feet overhead at least.

Backsiding the no wax board :) Image 2 of 3 in sequence.

Backsiding the no wax board 🙂 Image 2 of 3 in sequence.

Tuesday, the winds could be less than 8 mph out of the East in the morning, and will be chest to head high again at the Cape, and could have some really clean shape.  A couple feet overhead at least down South.

Image 3 of 3.  I ran out of film, otherwise I would have had more shots on this ride.

Image 3 of 3. I ran out of film, otherwise I would have had more shots on this ride.

Wednesday size drops a little maybe a foot on the face, again with even lighter winds out of the East.

Thursday, is throwing fits, about when it may be offshore.  It was morning, and now, it’s showing around Noon when it goes SSW or SW, and then blows offshore till dark.   The size at the Cape, should be stomach to chest high glass,  and head high plus glass down South in Satellite Beach.   I won’t know the 80% accurate winds until Tuesday lunch time.

Friday waist high at the Cape and chest down South with offshore winds in the morning.  Chilly Friday morning, perhaps below 60°.

We ought to have at least 3 or 4 really fun days of waves in a row, at least Tuesday through Friday 🙂

Have a great week!

Oldwaverider

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