If you want to see some Longboarder’s tearing it up and you don’t mind a couple of Beach Boys songs, then feel free to check out the 4 1/2 minute Surfing Video below 🙂
Today, Saturday, at 12:30 when I checked, the Waves are still looking fun in the thigh to stomach high (down south), even with the winds playing variable with the small weather storm activity. It is bigger down south, but our 30 minute after high tide window that started at J-Ave around 11:20 looked real fun, well, until a 1/4 mile pipe dredging removal , total swell block activity happened , interesting to look at though.
Anyhow, the swell shrinks all day, but should have some glass for another hour or so depending on the winds mind for the moment.
Is there a decent chance for glass and size in the morning Friday? South Cocoa Beach to Satellite, chest high waves with winds that should be brisk offshore, 10 to 15 mph SSW with a window of maybe SW from 8 to 10, but just a possible window. SSW most likely, which is sideshore at the Cape and North Cocoa Beach, but it should still be fun, because it is a 12 second period ground swell. A 3 foot 12 second swell has been known to go head high for us, chest high is a better start 🙂
Saturday looks waist high and glassier in the morning.
Get it early Friday, because by 10 Am, it could be Thunderstorms, so dawn patrol is the wise move 🙂
Have Fun, be safe, and don’t forget to watch for sharks, we’ve had a bunch.