Chest high plus Ground Swell incoming for late Friday morning, more Surfing Photos from Hurricane Sandy 9 to 12 foot faces (with a maybe 16 foot face at Boynton Inlet), Thursday afternoon Surf Report Update 11/08/12 2:30 PM, Surf forecast for Cape Canaveral , Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach (November 08, 2012 posted)


Photo Gallery from Hurricane Leslie, photos by Mike Melito, and one anonymous Boynton Inlet, FL massive wave.

Incoming ground swell for Friday morning should be bringing in some Chest high plus waves.  Maybe not at the Cape, but the Pier or a couple miles South of the pier should see increased size the further South you go.  The swell angle is so steep, at 9 AM Friday, 49 °, and straight offshore is 90, so our launch pads may block out a lot of this swell, at least the first day. (see rest of update, below photos)

Boynton Inlet, Florida, Hurricane Sandy, either Saturday or Sunday, October 27 or 28 2012, photo by Anonymous
Boynton Inlet, Florida, Hurricane Sandy, either Saturday or Sunday, October 27 or 28 2012, photo by Anonymous
Surfer Girl at Hightowers, photo by Mike Melito
Surfer Girl at Hightowers, photo by Mike Melito
Me (Oldwaverider) doing pushups before the paddle out, unbeknownst to me the photo was being taken :), by Mike Melito
Me (Oldwaverider) doing pushups before the paddle out, unbeknownst to me the photo was being taken :), by Mike Melito
Perfect medium size right at Hightowers in Satellite Beach, Hurricane Sandy, Sunday around 12 PM, October 28 2012, by Mike Melito
Perfect medium size right at Hightowers in Satellite Beach, Hurricane Sandy, Sunday around 12 PM, October 28 2012, by Mike Melito
South Cocoa Beach, Hurricane Sandy, solid 12 foot face (3 feet above and below the surfer), photo by Mike Melito
South Cocoa Beach, Hurricane Sandy, solid 12 foot face (3 feet above and below the surfer), photo by Mike Melito
South Cocoa Beach, Sunday , October 28 2012, Hurricane Sandy, photo by Mike Melito
South Cocoa Beach, Sunday , October 28 2012, Hurricane Sandy, photo by Mike Melito
Nice big left in South Cocoa Beach, Hurricane Sandy, by Mike Melito
Nice big left in South Cocoa Beach, Hurricane Sandy, by Mike Melito
Almost in the pocket, South Cocoa Beach, Hurricane Sandy, by Mike Melito
Almost in the pocket, South Cocoa Beach, Hurricane Sandy, by Mike Melito

We should see chest to shoulder high ground swell type power surf with onshore winds most of the week thru Saturday, and Sunday and Monday, more of the same but less power and a wind swell, however;

Friday morning , the winds switch from NNW at daybreak, toNorth at 8 to 12 mph until around 10 AM, so we could have some semi-glassy waves, thigh to chest high in the morning, at least somewhere between the Cape and 4rth Street North.  South of Minuteman CSWY, North winds are onshore.

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