South Jersey will be experiencing strong Southwesterly winds. These are usually good for a knee to belly high short period windswell with moderate rideability at the right tide. These swells are typically weak, lumpy, and sectioned. Given the quality of the waves recently, most of the locals are surfed out, so you'll probably get it mostly to yourself. Check out these recent photos of Atlantic City and Stay Above the Weather!
strong south westerly winds all day (as mentioned by stayabovetheweather) does not equal clean swell w/ light offshores. it means the blue/red chart is more correct than the green one on the left. of course conditions can always change...
The problem has been fixed. The surf height data didn't get updated this evening for some reason, and so the days were mis-matched on the left side of the page. The surf/swell timeline at the top was not.
Working on getting the updated surf heights, but probably won't be until 11pm.