What can we expect for surf on Wednesday, Thurs and Friday?
Now, it looks like our NE steep angled swell, could hit our Pier (the Cape will be blocked out Wednesday AM probably and for half the size on Thursday), by as early as 6-9 AM Wednesday morning it could land on our beaches.
So Wednesday, with a prayer, could be waist high at the Pier, and waist plus in Satellite, with NW winds.
Thursday, the model has dropped for the NE swell that comes in, from my post yesterday, but still looks like it could hit chest high on Thursday, with perhaps NNW to NW winds, very light , like 3-6 mph. So it could be awesome, not powerful, but not mushy either 🙂
Friday, as I shared yesterday is a totally different swell, and is a solid 2.5 feet at 12 second ground swell, so it depends on the winds for size. If it does blow NW, we could see waist to chest high plus at the pier, and waist to shoulder high in Satellite Beach, with some semi-rogue 🙂 much larger sets in both places once in a while. NOTE: 3 feet at 12 seconds has produced 6-9 foot faces before, back during Hurricane Leslie in 2012, in Satellite, but not much smaller at the Pier. These 5 photos were shot of Hurricane Leslie, 3 foot @ 12 seconds swell in September by my friend Mike Melito, so, 2.5 at 12 seconds could easily produce chest high plus, if the winds are offshore. Just Sayin …