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Forecast by: Rory Gregg

Invest 93L has formed out in the middle of the Atlantic and the models are all over the place at the moment.The system was picking up some steam over night but has become a little fragmented over the last few hours, but still shows signs of regaining strength.We’ll keep our eyes on it for sure as it develops over the next few days for the weekend report on Friday! The home front is still not so hot on the water, but off the water it’s scorching. We are right smack in the middle of a frontal boundary that doesn’t seem to be moving very fast. Long periods of small surf will be the pattern the rest of the week, so if you need to get wet, bust out the logboard or the SUP and you can catch a few at the right tides. Until then, lets keep our eyes on the radars and fingers crossed that the surf gods will send one our way!

#PrayForWaves

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7/29 – TUESDAY
SURF SIZE: 1-2ft
SWELL DIRECTION: ESE
CONDITIONS: W to WNW winds 5-10 all day.
7/30 – WEDNESDAY
SURF SIZE: 1-2ft
SWELL DIRECTION: ESE
CONDITIONS: WNW winds 5-10 all day.
7/31 – THURSDAY
SURF SIZE: 1-2ft
SWELL DIRECTION: ESE
CONDITIONS: light S winds in AM turning ENE then ESE 5-10 all day.
8/1 – FRIDAY
SURF SIZE: 1-2ft
SWELL DIRECTION: ESE
CONDITIONS: winds light from ESE less than 5 all day.
8/2 – SATURDAY
SURF SIZE: 1-2ft
SWELL DIRECTION: E
CONDITIONS: WSW winds 5-10 all day.
8/3 – SUNDAY
SURF SIZE: 1-2ft
SWELL DIRECTION: E to ESE
CONDITIONS: SW winds 5-10 in AM turning SE 5-10 in PM.
8/4 – MONDAY
SURF SIZE: 1-2ft
SWELL DIRECTION: ESE
CONDITIONS: SW winds 5-10 in AM turning SE 5-10 in PM.

*Forecast Disclaimer*: The local forecast is updated every Tuesday (& Friday if conditions change). However, updates may be more or less frequent depending on conditions. Contact us with any feedback/suggestions.

Let’s hope the North Florida surf is as good as the Hurricane Bertha Swell: