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    This tropical depression

    It isnt going to affect us at all in Delaware? Damnnnn dissapointing

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    even more surprising is that frisco/hatty isn't really scheduled to get any action.. Hummmm

    all i have to say is that my old man sent me an email at 5am about the storm and told me to head south sometime between thurs and saturay. He was tracking storms wayyyy before any of us, even surfline.

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    The southeast should feel some southerly swells from the current Brett forecast.
    I need to do some work on the Swellinfo backend to get the tropical forecasted winds in the model again.
    Arggg, of course I pick bad timing to go on vacation.

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    we aint getn diddley boys, tropical season is way overhyped for the amount of decent swell/wind combo around here. leestuds pop is right head south. see ya when the noreasters start

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    Quote Originally Posted by leethestud View Post
    even more surprising is that frisco/hatty isn't really scheduled to get any action.. Hummmm

    all i have to say is that my old man sent me an email at 5am about the storm and told me to head south sometime between thurs and saturay. He was tracking storms wayyyy before any of us, even surfline.
    One of the NOAA models (the north atlantic hurricane model) this morning is calling for a decent (4-5 foot, medium period) pulse of straight south swell for the Hatteras area filling in on wednesday and fading fast thursday.
    Last edited by mitchell; Jul 18, 2011 at 02:06 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchell View Post
    One of the NOAA models (the north atlantic hurricane model) this morning is calling for a decent (4-5 foot, medium period) pulse of straight south swell for the Hatteras area filling in on wednesday and fading fast thursday.
    I'm updating the Swellinfo model right now to input the tropical storm forecast winds. Will be updated this morning.

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    The only hope we have is if we can get a 2 to 2.5 swell at 10seconds for 4 hours max. Even that is wishfull thinking....go fish

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchell View Post
    One of the NOAA models (the north atlantic hurricane model) this morning is calling for a decent (4-5 foot, medium period) pulse of straight south swell for the Hatteras area filling in on wednesday and fading fast thursday.
    like i said. diddley

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    Not that it makes any difference but surfline is showing it might be solid Wed. and Thurs down south. I'm definitely not gonna head that way till its almost gametime Wednesday morning at 3 am!

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    forecast updated with tropical storm forecast winds. Remember, that the forecast will likely change with each update as it is close to the coast and any change in the track will make a big difference. The latest track forecast already shows a shift to the east. Keep checking the updates. Next forecast update will be this evening around 6:00pm.