Forgive the late post 🙂
As you notice, the long period swell turned into little peaky sections, ignoring the bad weather and erratic winds. The 2 TS’s I believe created an mini adverse swell that literally held back Hurricane Gaston. Well, after it went sunny today for a while, the long period swell 13-14 second period, along with a 1 to 1 and a 1 /2 foot swell size increase.
Right now winds are 10 mph South, at Patrick/2nd Lite area. That was 10:10 PM tonight.
For Wednesday, Winds may pick up for a while tonight (after midnight which brings us into Wednesday) , and then hopefully back down to 10-13 mph South winds at daybreak Wednesday morning. Yeah, it’s around high tide, but , there should be some fun waves, and by 9:30 or so, with a 2 hour lead into low tide, it could get really fun, with some clean form. I’m hoping for some solid chest to head high waves by 10 or 11 am, with semi-clean form.
It won’t be this big, nor this glassy, but it does fire me up a bit for a good session Wednesday 🙂