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SUNDAY 4 :15 PM UPDATE! The 120 buoy jumped from 5 feet at 5 seconds from 1 AM this morning to 8.5 feet at 8 seconds at 2:00 PM this afternoon. Not that this is a surprise or anything, but I bet we have some overhead waves right here on Johnson by 9 AM Monday (since most of this swell is from direct East, we could have a lot of overhead waves Monday 🙂 And, with 15 plus ENE winds but at 9 AM dead high tide, it could be big and fun! Or, if you’re up for a 30 minute paddle out, head down to Satellite Beach for some 4 to 6 foot overhead chop chop to paddle out to 😉 Here endeth the Sunday afternoon update for Monday. Below is the long range thing I shared briefly from last night 🙂
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We still had some waist high waves at Johnson Avenue, even some chest high sets rolled through for Chad out there. It was a little cleaner before noon, but it looked fun even from 2:00 to 2:40. Chad must have got 10 or 12 waves in the 35 minutes I was on the boardwalk, lefts and rights. I believe he frustrated the 5 newbies with foam boards in the water next to him, cause they got out of the water after his 4th or 5th ride in a row 🙂
Incoming surf…………..We have a huge low pressure at sea rolling in with a big ole windswell, bring waves for at least a week so it appears. Looks like some overhead days starting by Monday and continuing overhead through Friday. The overhead may be down South, but
we’ll at least have some 3 to 6 foot faces hitting the Cape, with mostly onshore winds for 5 to 7 days straight.
We got waves and more waves 🙂
When it starts to show very clean light onshores and a chance of offshore winds, we’ll let ya know.
Have a great weekend!