Thurs, Friday, Saturday surf coming … , SHANE DORIAN BEST WAVE EVER, BIGGEST BARREL PADDLE IN MAYBE EVER VIDEO!, Tuesday night October 29 , 9:45 PM Surf Update , Surf Report ,Surf forecast for Cape Canaveral , Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach , October 29, 2013 posted

Will there be a glassy juicy day with size coming this week?  3 days running now, Saturday holds to be the glassy rib to maybe a chest high day down south only, and Friday appears to be the biggest day with a chance of glassy from South winds but only South of around 13th Street, where the South winds breaks start.   More reporting down below the video…

January 11, 2013, Shane Dorian paddled into the Biggest Wave and Ride of his life at Jaws.  Breaking further outside than the lineup, and he was further out than the others;

Wednesday, the winds swell is rolling in, but weak and onshore in the 12 mph range and building thru the day, but, it will be a little rideable, and show waist high sets once in a while.

Thursday, thoughout the day, an East-Northeast windswell rolls in, probably giving us some thigh high waves at the Cape, and waist high down south with ESE winds starting probably 10 mph at daybreak, and increasing to 15 plus thru the day.  Nothing to get excited about, but hey there will be waves.

Friday, late morning or early afternoon, an almost groundswell or a groundswell pushes in the back of the windswell and should give us waist to chest high waves at the Pier, and rib to some shoulder high sets in Satellite Beach.  Direct South winds, in the 8 to 15 mph range, up until afternoon, and then the winds turn SSE.  Playalinda , Sebastian, Spanish house it will be total offshore windsAt the Cape and North CCB, it will be onshore winds.  From 13th Street South, it will be 5 to 10 degrees offshore depending on your break.  South is the only place to go 🙂

Saturday, should be solid waist high, with some possible chest high sets down South.  Winds should be offshore in the 10 to 15 mph ranges, Westerly mostly, and increase in late afternoon turning more NNW.  But it is still early to call the winds until 48 hours out, so we’ll keep you posted.

Enjoy, looks like at least two solid fun days of waves!