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Currently, it's 4:24 am Thu Jun 21 2018 in beautiful Miami-Dade County, Florida

Forecast tc

More photos

EDIT: Jeff sent in a ton of pics from Boca. Check em out here. Some photos in from Oscar Socarras www.osocarras.com:I have about 50+ photos from Monday on south beach. http://www.pbase.com/osocarras/sobesurf41607 and for your palm beach crowd I have some from Tuesday http://www.pbase.com/osocarras/wpbsurf41707 Only assistance needed is to identify these great surfers

Open Thread surfstarchris

April 16, 2007 - The first pictures are in!

Hope everyone caught the awesome surf we had yesterday... it sure seemed so by the number of people out in the water. Anyway, the first pictures are already up in the gallery, so check em' out. A big thanks to WateryEye Images for these. Check out their website at www.wateryeyeimages.com

 

Oh, and if anyone else has any pictures, be sure to send them in to us... e-mail them to: dadecountysurf@gmail.com

 

See ya,

-chris

Forecast tc

tonite check out the ft pierce bouy

West winds howling upcoast, direction has been pretty much due west for the last few hours, but starting to clock around at the St Aug buoy. There are definitely sometimes when we had refracto swell at south pointe with winds upcoast WNW (290-300 deg). It doesn't make sense to me, but there were times when you'd get some ridable surf with winds that have barely any north in them. Also, not having directional wave buoys, you cannot tell where the waves are headed.

Forecast wyatt

Will we or won't we

WW3 and the NSW are well off in terms of timing. NSW is calling for the all important NW winds to be strongest from Jupiter to Miami in the all important over 25 kts range. It is always best to have those winds from Flagler to Deerfield. That pushes all the water down to South Beach. But looks like the best setup we've had this year for a swell here. BUT the winds up there are in the no good 15 to 20 range.I have a meeting at 9:30 at the airport arranged by the cranky old man with the longboard. Thanks allot MIKE! But what that means to you-my close personal friends is WAVES until noon at least.

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Recent Observations
from: Sat 19 May 18 06:00 am
Observation is 790 hours old
Spot st. augustine
(41012)
canaveral
(41009)
canaveral east
(41010)
ft. pierce
(41114)
lake worth
(lkwf1)
fowey rocks
(fwyf1)
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Sat 19 May 18 06:00 am
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Synopsis: ....high pressure over the eastern u.s. and western atlantic will combine with low pressure over the western caribbean to bring moderate to occasionally fresh east to southeast breezes to the area along with scattered showers and a isolated thunderstorms. tropical storm nate will pass west of the area saturday, bringing fresh southeast winds to the offshore gulf waters. seas will exhibit a moderate chop with significant wave heights generally remaining at or below 6 feet. .gulf stream hazards...none. the approximate location of the west wall of the gulf stream is unavailable at this time.
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Maps

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Tropical Surface Analysis
Tropical Atlantic Surface Analysis Map
created: Thursday June 21, 2018 04:05 am
Tropical Satellite
Tropical Atlantic Satellite Map from the Weather Channel
created: Thursday June 21, 2018 04:02 am
WW3 Heights
NOAA WaveWatch3 wave height forecast
created: Thursday June 21, 2018 02:35 am
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WW3 Periods
NOAA WaveWatch3 wave period forecast
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Tides

Miami Tides
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