Gulf Coast Surfing Forecast
12Jun/14109

Weekly Outlook

Tuesday am.

Tuesday am.

Tuesday 8am: Nobody giving TD2 a chance as she spins way out in the middle of the ocean. I can understand why. I still think that it will bear watching all the way across until it eventually approaches the continent in a weeks time. The ATL will see a surge of trades if nothing else that will result in an uptick in ESE swell hitting the bowly sand bars of Volusia County in a weeks time which could meet up with the consistent troughy westerlies over the top half of the Florida Peninsula. See where Im going with this? The EC should get something regardless and it could be fun so block out a day maybe over the weekend or early next week if the surge in the flow from the system verifies. In fact the EC has had some fun wave as of late. In the end TD2 will bring a nice surge of moisture to the islands, it's been on the dry side and many of the islands depend on summer rains for their water supply. And even if TD2 does die some form of remnant will eventually approach the continent next week and could regenerate near Florida, that's my call. EC sooner, tropics later.

Photo: Ellis

Photo: Ellis



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