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Currently, it's 3:01 am Mon Jul 16 2018 in beautiful Miami-Dade County, Florida

Post-Tropical Cyclone Beryl

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Updated: 10pm EST Mon Jul 16 2018
Wind: 34 MPH | Location: 38.6N 62.4W | Movement: ENE
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Surfrider Giving Day is November 16th


#GiveMiamiDay is a few days away! On 11/16 your #GiveMiamiDay gift will help us fund a #BlueWaterTaskforce Program to monitor beach bacteria and inform you if it's safe to swim!

The EPA under the current administration has proposed cuts which would continue to defund the Florida Healthy Beaches Program. In fact, the program has received year after year cuts for water quality testing since 2011. But we are committed to our community!

The Blue Water Task Force (BWTF) is the Surfrider Foundation’s volunteer-run, water testing, education and advocacy program.  Surfrider Chapters across the U.S. use this program to alert citizens and officials in their communities about water quality problems and to work towards solutions.

The BWTF has demonstrated success by identifying problems with beach and coastal water pollution, raising public awareness of these incidents and working collaboratively with local stakeholders to find and implement pollution solutions. Click here to learn more about BWTF

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Kulchashok October Surf Report

 

The hurricane swells have died down, yet the waves continue in a more familiar fashion of chop. It has size and is fun, should be around all week.

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BE SMART, BE SAFE, BE COOL Y'ALL

Two weeks ago my family and I sold our house, packed up the cars and have moved to New Hampshire- the plan was in the works for a year and not related to the storm. So to all my many incrediable friends I want to say, as you know, Irma is nothing to triffel with but as we all know the hype is hardly ever what turns out but people in Texas thought the same thing and for some it became a nasty reality. Remember Whilma? It was a crappy, fast moving (25 mph) hurricane when it got to Miami with one small quadrant of cat 3 winds but it left the city in a hot mess. Irma is no Whilma-it is far worse and the current tract will mean you will not be able to get gas or supplies for up to 300 miles-yeah y'all laugh at my prius now!!

All I'm saying is this storm is big and very strong-very strong so to all the tribe: be smart, be safe and be cool. Thanks Miami-we love you -it's where our children were born and raised and where we had much success and made so many remarkable friends.

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Surfrider Events this weekend in Miami Beach


Volunteers will convene on the beach and work on dune sections overrun with invasive plants. Come out for a day of volunteering and go home with ocean karma, a Concrete Beach tank top and a cold beer (21+) coupon to use at one of their local partner bars.

Advance registration required.
Aug 26 Dune Restoration  
www.facebook.com/events/130165184253424  and Eventbrite Registration
    Sunday August 27th Wipe Out! Party at
Concrete Beach Brewery

Join us in summer jam style at the Concrete Beach Social Hall in Wynwood on August 27th   This 60’s surf-themed Wipe Out! Party will feature live music by Gold Dust Lounge, a limbo contest, beer-popsicle pairings, tasty bites and ice-cold craft brews.
  Concrete Beach knows how to a throw pary, so get this on your calendar NOW!
Visit the Surfrider Miami tent to check the cool beach/ocean-inspired raffle prizes.  
www.facebook.com/events/107914043221726

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Recent Observations
from: Sat 19 May 18 06:00 am
Observation is 1389 hours old
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ft. pierce
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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: Monday July 16, 2018 02:34 am
Tropical Satellite
Tropical Atlantic Satellite Map from the Weather Channel
created: Monday July 16, 2018 02:34 am
WW3 Heights
NOAA WaveWatch3 wave height forecast
created: Monday July 16, 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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