Jetty Park was some chest high sets this morning. The Pier had a few head high sets. But this NE swell was blocked by 40% in North Cocoa Beach and the Jetty.
It was insane power in Satellite Beach and solid 3 to 4 foot overhead (meaning a few 10 foot faces), and barrels were definitely to be had! Perfect glass SSW to SW winds at 3-6 mph, but coming up the face the winds proabably hit 15-20 mph magnified, so it made for some tough dropins on a light longboard. But everyone tore it up!
The 120 buoy dropped 3 feet from it’s first big peak yesterday, and even at 5 am today it hit 8.2 feet at 11 or 12 seconds, but now to 6.2 feet at 12 seconds at 10 am. BUT !!!! MY PREDICTION IS; that some time between 10 PM and 1 AM, the 120 buoy will jack up to 9 feet and hit 13 seconds, so Wednesday morning which will throw some 10 – 12 foot faces at the two Satellite Beach breaks. The winds should be perfect Wednesday morning at 4-7 mph WNW. The power will be frickin awesome, it was today at 5 ft @ 10 seconds, so 5 ft @ 11 seconds for Wednesday morning will be 10 to 20 percent more power and size 🙂 If the swell doesn’t start climbing by 9 pm at the 120 mile buoy, I will try to put an update if the models change and it doesn’t go huge in the morning.
Thursday morning should be solid chest to 1 foot overhead, North going South with semi brisk 6 NW winds early and picking up to 10 mph perhaps by mid-morning.
Friday looks real strong angled offshore so it will be fairly textured, not as pretty but still nice size, chest high probably.