Thursday, Last Look, Weather.com shows NW winds at daybreak for the Cape, not Cocoa Beach (now CCB does show from dawn to 8ish NW, yeah), but NW also for Satellite Beach and Melbourne Beach. Probably cause CCB is at the base of the big old curve of our coastline, but heck, it still could be NW for CCB.
Thursday Size, the Cape, shoulder to head high, CCB to 2nd light Shoulder to 1 foot over head plus, Satellite Beach Shoulder to 2 foot plus overhead. Tide is Low going high, which ain’t so hot, but at 6 feet and 10 second period swell, it should be breaking outside far enough that the tide won’t affect it to bad.
Here are two photos I shot from a NE swell like this one (it was a much more perfect swell with a massive fetch, but anyhow), this storm was a NE swell, was 6 feet at 11 seconds, the swell we have tomorrow is 6 feet at 10 seconds, so probably 30 to 40% less in size an power. (photo shot November 10, 2011, and had double overhead waves, the barrel was not double overhead, but the 2nd photo was more than double overhead)
Be safe, and have Fun!