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  1. #1
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    Can I believe this!?!?!

    http://magicseaweed.com/Cocoa-Beach-Surf-Report/350/<br /><br />

    Can I believe this? Forecaster, are you seeing anything close to this for next week?

    I NEED TO KNOW, there's no chance in hell I'll be at work if this forecast holds up!!!
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    MSW always seems to overforecast in their long range outlooks. it will change... probably for the worse, as we get closer.

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    MS ALWAYS overcalls a swell.

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    Yeah it shows 2ft @ 20 seconds on 9-4-12, I can't remember the last time I've seen 20 sec swell in Florida!

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    we shall see! 20 seconds would be way too long unless you can find a point break

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    Sorry Kyle, You live on the East Coast.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    http://magicseaweed.com/Cocoa-Beach-Surf-Report/350/<br /><br />

    Can I believe this? Forecaster, are you seeing anything close to this for next week?

    I NEED TO KNOW, there's no chance in hell I'll be at work if this forecast holds up!!!

    There's no such thing as a long range forecast on this side of the States. 48hours is all that you should ever trust (i.e. Don't make plans to call in sick next week!)

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    Start heading to Maine now

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    i heard the lobsters are heavy on the inside this year and creat a epic sandbar...or should i say lobster bar! also take a net for a fresh meal

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    there is supposed to be another storm brewing in the 72 hr forecast and if you look at the 96 hr. forecast it looks significant and the 180 hr. forecast looks like the whole east coast is going to get something...knock on wood (yes, i said wood...lol), cross your fingers, and do the swell dance
    http://www.stormsurfing.com/cgi/disp...?a=natla_wave1

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    NOAA has Kirk heading more N/NW now which is a change in the N/NE model they originally proposed. A million different metrics go into a tropical storm's behavior. They're throwing darts. I think one of the previous posts of 48 hours as far as accuracy is pretty right on, but more so, what it looks like when you actually show up at your line-up.

    My 2 cents is that MSW is dreadful.

    https://www.fnmoc.navy.mil/wxmap_cgi...2&set=SeaState