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    Lake Atlantic

    worst tropical season in a longgggg time. i hate choo la nina/el nino <br /><br />

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    Awsome clip. Bummer Chris Farley isn't around any more. As far as the surf goes.......the yin will eventually yang. I wouldn't be surprized if we get a bunch of surf at some point in the next 45 days.

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    goo invest 94, this is the one that will break the curse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    Awsome clip. Bummer Chris Farley isn't around any more. As far as the surf goes.......the yin will eventually yang. I wouldn't be surprized if we get a bunch of surf at some point in the next 45 days.
    Excellent forecasting abilities shown in this post. So you think sometime in the next month and a half we'll get something rideable...? I'll agree with you on that one.

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    ummm im going to lake Michigan next week... anyone want to come?

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkingonh2o View Post
    ummm im going to lake Michigan next week... anyone want to come?
    probably better chance to find surf there compared to here...

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    The real part of the tropical season has not even started yet. This is normal if anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkingonh2o View Post
    ummm im going to lake Michigan next week... anyone want to come?

    With all of the low pressure systems passing through that region, you would probably score. There are plenty of vids on surfing up there.

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    Dry air continues to engulf the Eastern Tropics, which is connected to the El Nino influence. Or should I say "The Nino" for all you non Spanish speaking folks. Have a look at this water vapor imagery:

    http://www.swellinfo.com/tropical/hw...type=wv&anim=1

    Lets hope this pattern turns around.
    Sometimes things get churned up in August, but more often it is right about September 1, when we see a lot of storms popping up (almost always we see something around the beginning of September). August can often be a brutal month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windswellsucks View Post
    goo invest 94, this is the one that will break the curse!
    I'm putting my money on BAMM or AVNO.