DR JOHN SURF AND A DAY AT THE BEACH ON JOHNSON AVENUE VIDEO
SUNDAY NIGHT UPDATE FOR MONDAY MORNING!!!
Still looks like glass, nice lines, however the size I will downgrade as of 10:00 PM tonight (Sunday). I am calling thigh to waist high glass at the Cape, and waist to rib high down South, with 4 to 7 mph SSW winds. So it should be glassy South of Minuteman causeway, and semi-glass North of it. But………..the winds will probably turn SW for an hour or two, which means glass for everyone, but we will see. If it stays light SSW, it will be fun everywhere. Either way, have fun an enjoy the Summer Swell!
Dr. John I caught a few rides, one nice 10 second plus ride, but I confess, shooting into the sun and other things I have to learn yet 🙂
I did get a collage of people in the film, a Skate-Kite Boarder, Para-Sailing, Runners, a Bi-Plane and a little bit of everything. The smooth jazz piece to go along with it, kept me within my legal boundaries for copyright complainers 🙂
The ground swell actually just started to hit the 120 mile buoy at 11 AM this morning, so it was definitely delayed by a good 6 hours maybe. So the surf we saw this morning, even though it showed 3.5 feet at 9 seconds on Seaweed (the 20 mile buoy is down, so it’s real hard to tell), but my guess is it was 2 foot at 8 seconds.
I do believe that we will have solid waist to rib lines at the Cape Monday morning, and chest high or better in Satellite Beach. The winds are showing South to SSW for daybreak until 11 ish, in the 4 to 6 mph range. I suspect that they will turn SW for an hour or two, but don’t wait until 10 AM to paddle out. High tide will be going low which is perfect around 6:10 AM, so an 8 or 9 AM paddle out should be the best time.
Tuesday appears to have some size leftovers with a slight drop, probably thigh to chest, North to South, and also offshore winds.
Get it while it Rocks!
Hope you enjoy the video, I have a lot to learn 🙂