Hurricane Arthur surf this morning 3-4 feet, posted at 5:40 AM Wednesday morning July 2 2014! It should be bigger than chest high this morning at the Cocoa Beach Pier, and offshore, Satellite Beach may be head high.
Winds are offshore as I had hoped and shared last night, in the WNW range 15 mph with some stronger gusts! The swell will be gone by lunchtime or this afternoon anyhow.
At Midnight last night the swell at the 20 mph buoy was ENE 17.5 knots and 9.2 feet at 8 seconds! and at 2 Am this morning/last night it was at the 20 mile, NNW 15.5 knots 10.5 feet at 10 seconds almost a ground swell, and it probably is a ground swell with just low numbers. (ground swell normally has to be at 11 seconds, technically 🙂
At 4 AM just 2 hours ago, it read 7.5 feet at 10 seconds. The accurate winds at our Merritt Island wind weather station says 12 – 15 mph WNW. It will be gone quickly.
DON’T FORGET TO SEE OUR NEW LIVE RADAR AND ACCURATE REAL TIME WIND DATA UNDER THE Live Radar/Wind & Surfbreaks link, it is the drop down link underneath it. So now you can track storms live right here!