Playalinda should be smokin Wednesday, and with hope, our South winds on Wednesday turn some SSW. Posted 9 PM August 29

Posted: August 29, 2016 in Brevard Surf Predictions Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach

Well, I wish I had solid friendly wind data.  Okay so both local storms got upgraded to Tropical Depression, we needed rain anyhow.

Tuesday, if you can find a window in the 40 to 80% Scattered to just plain Thunderstorms out there, you will probably find some decent formed waves, even with the 6-8 mph onshore winds in the morning.  Should be some head high waves down South.

Wednesday, after high tide, pushing toward 11 or so, we could see some very clean, and semi-glass waves, perhaps chest to some over head sets.  South winds in the 8-12 mph range is expected, but I think we’ll get a few hours w some SSW to them.  Up North here, that is sideshore, but south of Minuteman, and to Satellite Beach, South winds work better due to the curve in the coast.  And of course Spanish House, South winds are 26 degrees offshore, as opposed to 10 or 12 degrees offshore in Satellite.

Playalinda, direct south winds are 32 degrees offshore, so that will be the place to be.

Here’s the map at Wunderground.com:

The two local storms are causing the unpredictable winds (of course u knew that :), but at least we have Gaston pushing in some 3 foot at 12 second waves or better.  With a little touch from God, if He so chooses, we could have some fun on Wednesday and Thursday.  Maybe some leftovers on Friday for longboards only ?

2-Storms-n-Gaston-08-29-2016-at-837PM-compliments-wunderground

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