Gulf Coast Surfing Forecast Surf forecast and wave report for the WFL gulf coast.

November 1, 2016

December 2016

Filed under: Weekly Outlook — admin @ 6:34 am

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Friday 6am WFL DP analysis: Nice shots from Andy Malloy, somebody got a longboard slide yesterday. This am the buoy is 3.3@6 from the NW. That usually translates to knee high on a low tide morning after. Maybe a slide to find somewhere out there this am. Forecast to fade out today. By the time I write the forecast in the am it’s still dark out, I can’t get a viz but I imagine the cams look small. Worth a check… Next week is looking good. 1005mb low forecast to move out of the western gulf on Monday. The gradient could make a knee to thigh south line at best south facers late Monday. Tuesday looks like SSW swell coming up from Cuba/possibly Yucatan, same for Wednesday. Thursday looks small as we wait for the cold front behind it all. Friday is classic cold front day with waist high hard angle NNW swell with NNE winds. Ways out but perfectly CLIMO and set up so confidence is good.

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I am late getting to this video but this blew me away.
Ryan Burch is about my favorite surfer right now. As good as Kelly but in a different way, Carlitos in Bocas and Gleason and Balaram is cool but go to 4:16 for a real surf movie.

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About the forecaster: My name is Micah Weaver. I'm from St Petersburg, Florida. I started forecasting for the WFL gulf in the mid 1980's and continue to do so up to today. I currently live in Rincon, Puerto Rico. Thanks for visiting aurasurf.com

About the forecaster: My name is Micah Weaver. I’m from St Petersburg, Florida. I started surfing and forecasting the WFL gulf coast in the mid 1980’s. I currently live in Rincon, Puerto Rico. Thanks for visiting aurasurf.com

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