Tuesday Am still looks good ! , Monday night June 10 8:40 PM Surf Update , Surf Report ,Surf forecast for Cape Canaveral , Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach (June 10, 2013 posted)


Yeah, still looks glassy and fun for a couple hours Tuesday morning!

The Cape to the Pier, waist to rib high plus (the swell should be in before daybreak, 3.5 feet at 10 seconds), if its 10 seconds, it may be biggerSatellite should see some chest high plus sets.  Winds look to be SSW in the 5 to 8 mph range, which means semi-glass to glass up North here, and Glass in Satellite Beach.

Wednesday morning will be smaller, but should also have some semi-glass to glass, so the only issue is the fact that it is low tide going high.  But there will be plenty of spots breaking, just keep a flexible mind open for your favorite reef breaks.

Have a great Morning!

Oldwaverider

Tuesday June 12 is looking nice! , plus Teahupoo Video incredible footage, Saturday night June 9 , 12:35 AM Surf Update , Surf Report ,Surf forecast for Cape Canaveral , Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach (June 09, 2013 posted)


Mike buddy Mike, behind his Cocoa Beach home, April 2012
Mike buddy Mike, behind his Cocoa Beach home, April 2012

Tuesday as of tonight, is looking to be a 3.5 foot swell 10 seconds, which may be a ground swell.  Which could mean, Waist to chest at the Cape and Pier, and chest to shoulder high in Satellite Beach.

Right now the winds are showing SSW in the 5 to 10 mph range.

Maybe something like to the left for the Cape.

An awesome collection of footage from Teahupoo this year, incredible drops, Laird Hamilton SUP surfing, and lots of Gnarly wipeouts 🙂

TEAHUPOO MAI 2013 BEST OF from gilles HUCAULT on Vimeo.

Tropical Storm Andrea won’t do much for Brevard County except dump rain :) Posted Wednesday night, 9:11 PM EST June 05 2013


National Weather Service website, a screenprint as of 9:20 PM 06-05-13, http://www.weather.gov/
National Weather Service website, a screenprint as of 9:20 PM 06-05-13, http://www.weather.gov/

This is direct from the National Weather Service website “The first tropical storm of the Atlantic tropical season has formed in the Gulf of Mexico. The center of Tropical Storm Andrea is forecast to reach the coast of the Florida Big Bend on Thursday afternoon or evening, and then move over southeastern Georgia and eastern South Carolina Thursday night and Friday. The main concern with Andrea is very heavy rainfall that could lead to flooding.”

To go to the site of the actual image to the left at the NWS website , go here: