*SWELL ALERT*This is Rory Gregg with your Northeast Florida Surf Forecast*Updated 2/24/15*
Wow… What a wacky run of weather and waves we’ve had this month, and it doesn’t seem to be letting up anytime soon! Major cold front slinging wrecking balls of snow to the north of us on a weekly basis, and I bet all of those people, as well as us, are ready to send out the militia to hunt down that darn groundhog! Winter storm Remus is reaming the region right now from Texas all the way across the East Coast and beyond with another clipper ripping through the Great Lakes states too. We will see some fading windswell/groundswell into tomorrow, and then most of the elephants in the heard will be marching south again throughout the week. Come Saturday, get suited up for the bell to ring again! If you want to thaw out a bit and have the time, heading down past the Cape could be a good call depending on where you want to go you could score. Or just tough it out home-side for a few more days and get ready to rumble with the next blast of northeast juice! Spring will be right around the corner, finally, and it isn’t a bad idea to start shopping at your favorite local surf shop for the that topper, short-john, or spring suit!
SURF SIZE: *2-3ft*
CONDITIONS: N winds 5-10+ all day.
SURF SIZE: *2-3ft+*
SURF SIZE: 1-3ft
SURF SIZE: 1-2ft
SURF SIZE: *2-4ft+*
SURF SIZE: *4-6ft*
SURF SIZE: **2-4ft**
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Scripps Institution of Oceanography
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University of South Carolina’s Wethey Lab
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NWS Environmental Modeling Center’s Marine Modeling and Analysis Branch
National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS)
Jacksonville Weather Forecast
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