yeah that does look interesting... but why hasnt it shown up as a swell in any of the forecast models???
My guess is it hasn't had time to "develop". If the thunderstorm activity remains the same or increase as well as does not move much further, if at all to sea, it could form a little storm that would travel up that stalled front. I've seen this occur before. Warm, moist air will cycle in from the south and contribute to further development IMO. Perhaps I'm full of it or I've spoken too much...there will never be surf. There's too much westerly wind shear on it. Everyone go to Lake Michigan where the real waves will be. I will closely monitor the Flat Spell in the Atlantic. If you are here, watch the ECSC and support your local surfers. Don't surf if there are waves...they're loud and scary!