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Post-Tropical Cyclone Nine
Wind: 29 MPH | Location: 18.9N 90.9W | Movement: ESE
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Forecast from bradswellsPosted October 15th, 2014 07:33 PM
Florida Forecast(North of Treasure Coast)
Gonzalo swell is set to start pinging buoys tomorrow late-morning in to the afternoon hours. Look for small swell in the 14 second range on the Canaveral East Buoy first, then on the Canaveral Nearshore Buoy about 3 hours later. There will also be a bit of old windswell showing on the buoys at about 2 foot at 9 seconds, so it may be hard for the buoys to pick it up the new swell. Look for Gonzalo’s swell to fill in quickly overnight in to Friday morning with the buoys hitting a peak of about 5 feet at 13 seconds from the ESE late in the night. The swell will continue through the weekend slowly diminishing in size and picking up a more northerly tilt allowing the swell to filter down the coast a bit.
Thursday: Small to very small through midday and then a constant increase through the late evening as the Gonzalo swell starts showing. If the swell shows up on time, it could be in the chest to head high range in the evening. Winds look good if it happens.
Friday: Peak of the Gonzalo swell. Head high to Overhead with NW winds. It’s a groundswell, but not an extremely large or long period swell so it shouldn’t be too hard to find a spot that’s working. Looks like a good day to search and score in Central Florida!
Saturday: Surf in chest to head high range in the morning fading through the day. Winds are forecast to be light/offshore and then light onshore late. Fun sized surf for much of the upcoast spots with good winds.
Sunday: Gonazalo’s leftovers will make for a nice little Sunday with the right attitude and equipment. I wouldn’t doubt some waves in the shoulder high range early if you can sniff out the right spot and set, otherwise about waist high. Again, nice light/offshores early followed by light Northeasts.
Open Thread from crsurfPosted October 14th, 2014 11:55 AM
Join us this Thursday night (10/16) at the beautiful Miami Beach Botanical Garden for our monthly community meeting.
We'll be showing some clips from Taj Burrow's Fair Bits! movie along with free pizza and cerveza (for 21+). Afterwards, we will talk a bit of Surfrider business and work on planning out our upcoming events in November and December.
We hope to see you Thursday from 7-9 PM. Aloha!
Forecast from bradswellsPosted September 20th, 2014 12:14 PM
Florida Forecast(North of Palm Beach)
Look for this little windswell to start arriving on Saturday afternoon/evening. Surf should build through midday on Sunday, which coincides with a low tide at around 1pm. Incoming push in the afternoon will probably be your best bet, but I wouldn’t recommend waiting around much, since it might fizzle out as fast as it arrived. Winds are looking good, though. Forecast for WSW winds under 10 kts.
Saturday: Starts out very small and with a high tide softening whatever trace of swell is on tap. Look for conditions to improve as the tide drops. The wind should also start to come around to the SW, cleaning up whatever little swell is trickling in.
Sunday: Waves in the waist high range with offshore winds. Nothing huge, but could be pretty fun at the right sandbar/tide.
Full forecast: Windswell Sunday Funday
Forecast from bradswellsPosted September 16th, 2014 09:01 AM
Florida Forecast(North of Palm Beach)
For Florida, swell from Edouard will arrive late Tuesday in to Wednesday. Look for the swell to build considerably during the day on Wednesday before peaking late in the day/evening. We’ll see waves pinging the buoys at nearly 18 seconds as it starts to fill in, but the biggest stuff will probably be 5-6 feet at 15/16 seconds. If you know Central America, you know that a swell that size would get the points and reefs going- It’s that kind of swell. As Thursday dawns, look for solid leftovers fading in to Friday. The weekend also looks interesting with an approaching cold front with potential for swell generation!
Tuesday: Swell arrives late. Watch the East Canaveral Buoy for small, long period (16+ sec) swell. If it shows early morning on that buoy, you might have a shot for an afternoon session.
Wednesday: Swell arriving from the East in the head to well overhead range. Biggest in the afternoon. Winds will be straight offshore and light. Big, long lines. Mostly shutting down at your average beachbreak. Find some place with a great bottom or some rock. Smaller further south to completely flat in the Palm Beaches.
Thursday: Fading swell in the shoulder to head high+ range with light offshore winds in the morning, turning more northerly.
Friday: Edouard’s swell fades to near flat.