TeddyD’s Forecast

March 13th, 2017 

Large surf on tap as Winter Storm Stella will slam the Northeast.  Sea will top the 8-10ft+ range Tuesday with strong NE winds shifting NW by the afternoon.  Only a very few select spots will be worth a paddle in NJ as most spots will be swell overloaded, (I’m sure we can expect to see some sick footage from Long Island).  By Wednesday morning, we will see 4-6ft pumping leftovers with brisk WNW winds.  Seas will drop pretty quickly throughout the day, but still plenty of fun lines for the after work/school session.  The swell will be 1-2ft by Thursday then flat Friday, but we will see little ridable south windswell on Saturday, then a little east swell on Sunday.  Neither day will break the chest high mark, but could be worth checking, especially Sunday evening.  Have fun!!!

TeddyD