EPIC SURF ON THE WAY FROM TS/HURRICANE LESLIE…the ground swell just hit the 120 buoy at 9 PM, 2.5 feet at 11 seconds.
Blue Moon from August 31, 2012 video by Walk on Water Productions…
Sunday, Leslie starts to trickle in a little, and should send in some waist high solid waves with light 3 to 5 mph onshore winds until Noon, and then only up to 10 mph later in the day for the NKF Surf Fest, so at least they will have a little more waves to show their stuff 🙂
Monday ought to bring some chest high waves at least down south, with very light onshore winds.
Tuesday, will have some head high waves in the early morning when the winds are offshore for a couple hours probably, so get out there at dawn patrol if you want the glass. The size will kick up to probably 1 or 2 feet overhead down south, and head high to slight overhead here at the Cape.
Wednesday, morn, should have 2 foot overhead waves down south and head high to slight overhead here at the Cape. Winds should be offshore till 10 maybe 11 Am, and then go onshore for sure.
Thursday morn, maybe shoulder to head high at daybreak (little size/swell drop), but then it builds in the afternoon, to definite overhead by maybe 2 feet. Winds should be offshore in the morning until 10 Am +, then onshore, but by 5 Pmish, they may turn offshore again, so those of you missing the morning sesh, here’s your chance to catch evening glass with overhead waves for shore at dinner time.
Friday, it builds again throughout the day, and we could very well have some 3 to 4 foot waves overhead by 11 or 12, with winds offshore until maybe 12 or 1.
We will update any wind or swell changes that appear significant 🙂
Enjoy the Surf Fest and the upcoming Hurricane Surf. The storm is around or will be around 900 miles offshore which is the best position, we get more days of surf when it is far enough away like that.
Have a great Labor Day Weekend!