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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swellinfo View Post
    I'm aware of the overcall... New model update (improved accuracy), coming this evening (if no major bugs show up), with updates now 4 times a day.
    New Updates in place NOW...
    I was hoping to get it done before last swell, just didn't happen... But, the accuracy improvement should be very good.

  2. #12
    wow...4 times a day!
    Damn right, Micah..you rock!
    Now my compulsive logging onto SI will be less in vein.

  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swellinfo View Post
    New Updates in place NOW...
    I was hoping to get it done before last swell, just didn't happen... But, the accuracy improvement should be very good.
    Model for NoSDCo looks much more like what I would expect with a CAT2 hurricane fixin to plow into Baja. Yippee-Ki-Ay! Call in the rodeo clowns.

    Thanks for the hard work man.

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaGaffer View Post
    Model for NoSDCo looks much more like what I would expect with a CAT2 hurricane fixin to plow into Baja. Yippee-Ki-Ay! Call in the rodeo clowns.

    Thanks for the hard work man.
    West Coast actually hasn't been updated yet... But shortly.

  5. #15
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    Gotta tell you guys.. I'll have to take back my original statement. I went out to seaside heights today and it was spot on. Waist-Chest high with occ. Head high sets. I don't know why everyone slept in today. I swear, I surfed for 6 hours straight (from 6:30-12:30) and there was never more then 5 guys out. Granted there were a few more closeouts then I'd like, but there were definitly some really fun shoulders if you could find them. Great Day.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by idsmashh View Post
    Gotta tell you guys.. I'll have to take back my original statement. I went out to seaside heights today and it was spot on. Waist-Chest high with occ. Head high sets. I don't know why everyone slept in today. I swear, I surfed for 6 hours straight (from 6:30-12:30) and there was never more then 5 guys out. Granted there were a few more closeouts then I'd like, but there were definitly some really fun shoulders if you could find them. Great Day.
    Had a great day yesterday in MD, the call was pretty much spot on...i would have been on it today if I didn't have to pay the billz, but somebody's got to make the ching-ching.

  7. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by idsmashh View Post
    Gotta tell you guys.. I'll have to take back my original statement. I went out to seaside heights today and it was spot on. Waist-Chest high with occ. Head high sets. I don't know why everyone slept in today. I swear, I surfed for 6 hours straight (from 6:30-12:30) and there was never more then 5 guys out. Granted there were a few more closeouts then I'd like, but there were definitly some really fun shoulders if you could find them. Great Day.
    Still fun this evening:

  8. #18
    my spot in South Jersey was right on for yesterday and today and super fun. maybe drive around to other towns/breaks. or better yet, dont, and go home and complain to your computer...

  9. #19
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    so, would you rather have a forecast that is 100% spot on, meaning no surprises whatsoever, or would you rather have a forecast that is pretty good but occasionally misses...which means that every now and then, you get waves you weren't expecting?

  10. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by hanna View Post
    so, would you rather have a forecast that is 100% spot on, meaning no surprises whatsoever, or would you rather have a forecast that is pretty good but occasionally misses...which means that every now and then, you get waves you weren't expecting?

    the 100 percent spot on one so i don't waste time or gas...