Wednesday should be the day! from the remants of former Tropical Storm Dorian. Tuesday afternoon July 30 , 4:30 PM Surf Update , Surf Report ,Surf forecast for Cape Canaveral , Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach (July 30, 2013 posted)

Wednesday morning and day, should be the day!  The swell, is supposed to be a solid 12 second swell (Ground Swell),  at around 3.5 feet, which should mean some 5 foot backs (or 5 to 6 foot plus faces) .  If the winds were offshore, a 5 foot back could give us some 7 foot faces, but the winds are supposed to be 3 to 6 mph se then ese, which should be clean lines, and not much faster than that all day.  The swell peaks in size between 9 am and 12 noon Wednesday afternoon.

Tuesday night (tonight), after 7 PM, we may see the size begin to hit the pier, but most likely it will be well after dark, before long lines are fully here.  But still, a near dark, surf session could bring some fun waves and size.  As of 3 PM, it had not hit the Ft Pierce buoy, or our 20 mile buoy.  Our 120 mile buoy has been out of commission for many months, else we could tell u when the swell would hit the beach 🙂  NOTE: IF WE GET A TSUNAMI, WITHOUT OUR 120 MILE BUOY, WE WON’T KNOW UNTIL IT HITS US, SO PASS THIS ON TO OUR STATE, AND ASK FOR THE BUOY TO BE FIXED !!!

Thursday, should be some 3 to 4 foot faces with bigger sets, with light onshores, and Friday, may have some waist high leftovers.

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