It has been a wild week of wobbling storms! Cindy flared up in the Gulf and took a wobble towards Louisiana picking up a head of steam for a cup of coffee and causing some major flooding to the Louisiana/Texas border. Some waves were produced in the Gulf for a frequent time as it always does, and Bret fades away off the coast of South America. A long lingering low sitting off of the coast at present as well as all of the oceanic activity have produced some ridable waves this week, and we’ll take what we can get as always! Now we look forward to the inland progress of Cindy as she trudges inland and eventually by next week will blend into a little burst of nor’easter combining up with other systems moving in! We’re just getting warmed up for the season! We should have some waist high waves here and there over the next week, and we’re also in a big moon phase so remember we will have high highs and low lows, so be mindful of the rips and the tides to catch the best sessions!
Tropical Weather Outlook
NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL
800 PM EDT Thu Jun 22 2017
FOR THE NORTH ATLANTIC… CARIBBEAN SEA AND THE GULF OF MEXICO:
THE WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER IS NOW ISSUING ADVISORIES ON TROPICAL DEPRESSION CINDY, LOCATED INLAND OVER NORTHWESTERN LOUISIANA.
TROPICAL CYCLONE FORMATION IS NOT EXPECTED DURING THE NEXT 5 DAYS.
WIND: SE winds most of the day 5-10 with gusts up to 15
WIND: SSW winds 5-10+ all day
WIND: SSW winds 5-10 in AM turning SSE 5-10+ in PM
WIND: light SW winds in AM less than 5 turning light NE in PM
WIND: light NW winds in AM turning NNE 5-10 in PM
SWELL: ESE to NE
WIND: NE winds 10-15 all day
WIND: ENE winds 10-15+ all day