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I’m the only guy out 🙂
Today, we’ll be seeing weak chop/slop coming in, but by tonight and by Saturday morning, we should have some overhead chop down South, and chest to shoulder high here at the Cape.
Sunday, could be SSW at 5 -7 mph in Satellite Beach in the early morning, maybe until 8 or 9 AM. Canaveral and Cocoa Beach are showing South winds at daybreak. Should be chest to shoulder high from North to South respectively. Get it early! It will be high tide going low and at 8-9 AM it will be mid-tide, with Low tide around 11:50 AM Sunday morning. That’s your prime time with light winds and tide 🙂
Monday morning the swell drops way off, but…the final period strength of the swell rolls in Monday morning so at daybreak, it could have some waist high power with offshore winds until 8 or 9 Am, maybe.
We’ll give an update sometime Saturday to see how my 40 % “stick my neck out there” chance of offshore winds in Satellite Beach is falling into place 😉
New swell starts rolling in sometime Tuesday it looks like, another wind swell.
Don’t forget the Cape Canaveral Friday Fest tonight! “Flight Risk” will be the band on stage, and the consistently great sounds of “Lonnie & Delinda” will be under the tent on Poinsetta.
Have a great weekend folks!