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    Hey!!! Sunday looks promising!

    I know its a whiles off but sunday, chest high fair conditions???? I'll take it!
    Hopefully things dont change too much from now till then.

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    ENE @ 6 sec offshore? Something seems a little fishy

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    yeah i'm keeping my fingers crossed..the way it's been going though i wouldn't be surprise if it changed..

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    I committed to working this weekend because it looked flat, now it says shoulder to head high and clean. Very disapointing.

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    The chart doesnt match the graph. dont see it happening, but I do wish everyone a chest high day, I know I need it.

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    Big burst of E swell for sunday without any east winds. Hmm...glitch maybe?

    The NOAA WW3 model is predicting small conditions all weekend.

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    i'm going with glitch - weather reports are for sun as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gliderrider View Post
    I committed to working this weekend because it looked flat, now it says shoulder to head high and clean. Very disapointing.
    You will likely be the only one thats not disappointed...

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    Haha..there won't be waves on Sunday. LOL

    Figure if I downplay it...we might actually get some.

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    Trying to figure this out...It looks like the wave graphs are based off of the previous GFS run, which had the storm tracking just off the coast all the way up into New England. On the other hand, the wave maps (which are updated more frequently) look to be based off of the current GFS model which has the storm heading off the coast of North Carolina and out to sea. I think that's where the discrepancy comes from.