Saturday 7am WFL: 30% is not an invest yet but all the models are all over it. By Tuesday night it should be close to the islands. I'm glad it's moving fast. Watching the slow speed chase of 5 days of near death for Karl and Lisa is a lesson in how hostile the Atlantic atmosphere is. In a way everyone in the islands is happy about that, knock on whatever. PR certainly does not need a land-falling hurricane after the massive black-out of this last week. At least everyone knows how their generators are holding up. It's way too hostile out here. At one point the models were sold on Lisa and she never made it very far. So take 30% with a grain of salt. Closer to Home: There is a front due to hang up in the gulf sometime in the next 7-10days. Maybe that will do something. Summary: Some remote possibilities in the next week coming but no signs of surf yet as the flat-spell rolls on. Maybe some waves at the very end of the month or to start October off but small chances. Hope you got some waves on the EC.
Domes on Friday (My 3 girls) Thanks to JG at RSR for the pics! My kids had Thursday and Friday off school unexpectedly due to the power outage so I took them to the beach and forced them to surf and they enjoyed it! I never force my kids to surf. They do not have the bug like I do but this time I'm like 'get out there this is PE class and your going to exercise!' Here is JG"s report and I couldn't have said it better: "If I were a little kid this would be the best summer of my life. There's been perfect kid waves just about every day. Today is no exception and it's good see the kids taking advantage of it. It's an amazingly beautiful morning with super glassy waist high lines. The sky is amazing and the water is super clear. The temps are refreshing". It's been a great summer as la ninya locks in. The WX is so nice, definitely the coolest September since I've been here.