Archives for September 2017

Juno Pier Surf Report 9/29/17

Juno Pier has some waves but nothing that great. Only saw about 2 surfers out around 9:30 AM.

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Juno Pier Surf Report 9/28/17

Nice 3-5′ waves at the Juno pier today. Good for long or short boards with clean sets coming in every minute or two. About 15 to 20 surfers out this morning.

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Quick Update Sept 27th 2017 POSSIBLE NATE

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We are currently still conducting in the field forecast verification of Maria Swell

Wednesday

Clean swell making it down to south central PBC this morning. Early morning low tide put a hutin on it but there were a few rides to be had. Get while it’s still there. The swell from Maria is fading. Bigger the further north you go as I’m sure you already know ;).

Juno Pier Surf Report 9/27/17

Fast, clean sets of 3-5′ waves at the Juno Pier this morning with occasional overhead heights. About 20 surfers out, mostly short boards.

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Juno Pier Surf Report 9/26/17 9:30 AM

4-8’+ waves at the Juno Pier. Lots of surfer spectators that decided to not go out, because of the conditions. Large close out waves with onshore winds made for very unpredictable waves. 3 surfers out at any given time. If … Continue reading

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Latest Look at the Tropics 9-25-2017

Here’s the latest look at the tropics. We are 5 days away from closing out the month of September.
October is the month where we go back into a pattern where Homegrown development can occur. What do we mean by Homegrown Development. This is tropical development that can occur in your backyard meaning they do not give you a lot of preparation time. Although we can still get development coming out of the Atlantic in October typical origins of development come out of the Western Caribbean. So think of something developing in the Central Gulf and within 3-5 days making landfall. This type of scenario does not give you alot of prep time.
Latest run of the GFS takes this energy out of the Gulf of Honduras up through the YUKE Channel over Florida.
Where it develops it into a weak area of Low Pressure East of the Florida Coast. No Storm at this point maybe a Tropical Depression but this is only one model run and we haven’t seen this afternoons run of the EURO. As a reminder weak areas of Low Pressure known to produce copious amounts of rain. The GFS from here moves it back across South Florida before washing it out in the GOMEX. Again 1 Run.
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Juno Pier Surf Report 9/25/17

Sets of 5-8′ waves at Juno Pier today. About 10 surfers out mostly on the south side. Conditions good for long or short boards.

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Juno Pier Surf Report 9/23/17

The Juno pier is giving out 1-3′ waves. Pretty choppy and unorganized out today. About a handful of surfers, mostly long boards.

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Latest On Maria 9-23-2017

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Heres the Latest on Maria. One thing for certain we will be talking about her for at least 5 more days. The chances of some direct impacts of Maria are increasing for the OBX and Mid-Atlc especially coastal residents as large seas and large surf to become the rule. Heres the latest forecast track out of the National Hurricane Center. Models have been shifting ever so slightly towards the West. Several variables are in play. Keep in mind the margin of error of the 5 day cone at the 5 day mark is 211 Nautical Miles.
This was this mornings look.
It appears Maria is ingesting yesterdays trough East of Florida. This may help to broaden the wind field of NE fetch developing and COULD be partially responsible for why the models are shifting towards the West a bit 
Current Max Seas are now at 45 FEET forecast to remain in the 40 foot range next 24-48HRS.

Here’s our latest video update. We will likely to another video update tomorrow. Stay tuned to our social feeds for updates.

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