Large Northeast Swell that covers more water area than the US land, and the storm looks to have a 13 to 17 second period , and up to 6 to 8 feet of swell. Thursday AM the swell starts to roll in, and the long period part of the swell rolls in late Friday afternoon/evening , thru Sunday, maybe thru Tuesday, as it looks right now.
Here is a video of the classic waist high swell at the Pier last Wednesday, the 27th of March. I shot the video from around 8 to 9 AM.
I got footage of a number of surfers out, here’s 3 really nice rides that Dennis, owner of Core Surf had, on his Starr Longboard.
So, Thursday, we have 4 to 5 feet of swell at around 6 or 7 seconds. The swell comes in from the straight North, so we may not even have enough of the swell come into the beaches, maybe something in Satellite Beach.
Friday, the size builds, thru the day up to 5 feet of swell and the long period, 13 to 14 seconds comes in late afternoon/evening. Strong N/NE winds.
Saturday, the swell goes to 5 to 7 feet at 13 seconds with strong NE winds. Surf size should be 6 to 10 faces then.
Sunday, possibly much bigger, but it’s to far out now to say much 🙂