Week of 9/15
Hurricane Edouard has formed, as predicted, and is up to 105mph. This storm is going to stay well out to sea, but since it is a large and powerful storm, we will get a couple of days worth of solid swell. Look for the first lines to appear early Tuesday afternoon in the 2ft@15sec range. By dark the swell will definitely be evident and will continue to build overnight into Wednesday. Expect head high to overhead surf Wednesday as seas hit 3-4ft@15sec. Winds will be northerly (brisk early, slacking in the afternoon) so SNJ will have plenty of spots that will be super fun. Still plenty of swell early Thursday and we should see a little more west in the winds so it could be pumping in some spots. Seas will drop throughout the day into the 2-3ft@12-13sec range by dark, and by Friday we will have an onshore flow and easterly windswell which should last through Saturday. Have fun.