Do we need to blow off work Thursday?No 🙂 It is just a wind swell, not a groundswell. But the last 3.5 foot at 8 second windswell I caught by 2nd light 2 1/2 weeks ago was 60-100 yard glassy rides with workable walls (Longboard, yes) in the thigh to rib high size. So hopefully we’ll get lucky. Thursday morningshould be thigh to waist high glass at the Pier, and maybe some rib high sets in Satellite Beach.Winds look like they will have a couple hours of SW winds in the 5-8mph range mid-morning. Then turning South to SE by 11 or noon. Wednesday night I’ll have a more accurate wind report !
Friday morningshould have some smaller leftovers with similar conditions as Thursday.
Check out this awesome video below. I haven’t ever seen Outer Reef in Hawaii this big. Waimea, yeah, Jaws, well of course, but Outer Reef?
Keala Kennelly at Outer Reef – 2015 Billabong Ride of the Year Entry – XXL Big Wave Awards
Sundaystill looks like waist to maybe chest high (probably down south only), with W winds in the 3-6 mph range until maybe 11 am then NNW to NE by Noon or so.The swell drops thru the day, so the best plan, is to hit first light around 7 AM. High tide is around 3:38 AM in Cocoa Beach and 3:53 AM in Satellite Beach. High going low at 6:53 is a perfect mid-tide time to go.
Also, check out the video this Dad made, with his Baby’s first barrel surfing 🙂
Sunday morning we may have a nice windswell with glass. We’ve had wind swell all week, but we may get some distinct offshore winds and have waist to maybe chest high glass down South.
Those of you that haven’t seen the Video I posted a year ago or so, called “Johnson Avenue Surfers – 3 years in Review”, I share it below.
This was a video of some local surfers/friends 10 or so people, with 5 soundtrack songs by Bob Marley and Guerilla Jazz, from Maui. It’s long, but that’s so we could get everyone in here. Young and Old surfers, from Cape Canaveral, The Pier, and Hanger near 2nd Light.