Will it be big? Yeah. The winds are blowing NNW at the 20 mile and 120 buoy, but I will say a prayer, that the winds don’t hold the swell back!
If it comes in fully, expect the same as I shared yesterday. Thursday, 6-9 foot faces at the Pier, and possible bigger sets, (the angle of swell will block the Cape and the Pier some), but in Satellite Beach and Indialantic, we should see 9-12 foot faces with some bigger sets. Winds should be offshore at daybreak, around 4-6 mph West, and increasing about 1 mph per hour for each hour, throughout the day.
It will be 47 degrees at daybreak, but climb to 60 before Noon. Wear gloves! I will 🙂
DON’T FORGET TO WATCH THE VIDEO ON YESTERDAY’S POST, FOR YOU PEOPLE THAT WANT TO SEE THE 2ND BIGGEST DAY FROM THE 7 DAY NOR-EASTER BACK IN DECEMBER!