Monthly Archives: September 2020

Hurricane Delta

Tuesday wfl 6 30…Good morning guys the buoy down south is starting to Ping it doesn’t look like it’s reach the beach yet it’s still dark out I’ll be back in 2 hours with an update around 8:30

Tuesday 7:30am WFL Surf Report: This am we have an occ 1ft wave does not look too rideable. Front details below.

Saturday am and the high is way too far east but wave models still show small surf in the 1-2ft range rideable at cold front spots on incoming tide. More below…

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Tuesday 10/13/20 Surf WX Forecast 7am: Growing up I remember these early-season fronts with Northeast winds that barely gave us waves. It might be flat to one foot when you first got to the beach and then the tide switches around and the waves fill in and it’s like super fun 2-foot glassy waves for 2 or 3 hours and then it goes back to flat. That’s the way this next Saturday front looks. The National Weather Service is not that impressed either- the high for Saturday went from 80 to 84 and there’s not much precipitation with this front. The Saturday temperature will probably go down again. Checking the tides for Saturday we have a very low tide around 6:45 a.m. and then it’s incoming all morning till noon. So around 9 or 10 in the morning should be the best time to surf…

It’s been 10 years since the Rip Curl search in Puerto Rico.
I was not here for it. I missed it by two months. I do not have many regrets in my life but that is one… Kelly Slater got his 11th World title, Andy Irons died. Dane surfed brilliantly and Taj got a huge Barrel. I also remember seeing Tom Curren in the booth sweating his head off. October is so hot down here.

Week of October 11th, 2020
Sunday: 1-3ft leftovers with S winds as Delta crosses the SE US.
Monday: 1-2ft leftovers with light and variable winds.
Tuesday 1ft or less residual seas from the west.
Wednesday calm.
Thursday- calm.
Friday: Chance for knee high plus N lines late in the day.
Saturday: Knee to thigh high from the NNW with NE winds.