Sub Tropical cyclonic formations near Canada/US border in July? Record number of storms spinning through the Pacific? Snow storms in the Rocky Mountains? Why yes, El Nino has taken a big leap this season and is pushing our percentages further into the doldrums for any major development for substantial surf in the near future. Yet, we have to have faith in the elements, and take what we can get! We’ve had a small little bump in the surf late over the past weekend, and a slight hint of North winds which gave us a reprieve from the heat of the Gulf for a few days. This system has pushed of the coast of Jax, and we can hope that the storms over the Midwest and Canada will merge in activity off the East Coast later this week, but upper level winds will hinder any major development, we may see a little spike in surf come Saturday! The next area of focus will be back to the Gulf of Mexico as models are showing some low pressure development towards the weekend! Until then, we’ll take what we can get, and it’s time to use your time wisely and get out to your favorite local surf shops over the next couple of weeks to take advantage of the Back to School sales that are ramping up!


WEDNESDAY
SURF: 1-2ft.
SWELL: ESE
WIND: WNW winds less than 5 in AM turning ENE 5-10 in PM

THURSDAY
SURF: 1-2ft.
SWELL: ESE
WIND: W to WNW winds less than 5 in AM turning E to ESE light and variable in PM

FRIDAY
SURF: 1-2ft.
SWELL: ESE
WIND: SW winds less than 5 in AM turning WWE 5-10 in PM

SATURDAY
SURF: *1-2ft+*
SWELL: ESE
WIND: light SW to SE winds in AM turning ESE 5-10 in PM

SUNDAY
SURF: 1-2ft.
SWELL: ESE to E
WIND: light SW to SE winds in AM turning ESE 5-10 in PM

MONDAY
SURF: 1-2ft.
SWELL: E to ESE
WIND: light SW to SE winds in AM turning ESE 5-10 in PM