What are the odds this swell holds up for the weekend in MA/NH? Since moving 5 minutes from a nice MA north shore break 7 months ago it has gone off maybe 4 times... If this holds up looks like it could be 5.
It certainly looks like things are going to line up as far as swell and wind direction. I'm just hoping the winds aren't going to be as strong as forecasted. i mean 30 mph+ straight offshore on Saturday is no good. It looks like the winds may slow a bit on Sunday, but the temp is forecasted to plummet - hovering right about 0 degrees here in New England. I guess we'll just have to see and possibly put the 5 mil to the test.
i advise some of u kiddies to learn how to read a low pressure chart,so u will know when we get good surf and when we dont.i only check the swell forecasts on here just to double check.the closer the bars are(in the circle,lp) the greater the surf will be.the further apart they are the worse it will be.it looks like long island will recieve a nice south swell saturday morning,ma should get it too,and we will have a north swell for us in jersey,aslong as the wind doesnt destroy it.but if we do get a foot of snow,my ride wont make it far.so lets wait and see what mother nature brings us..
p.s if u see bulldozers on your local beach doing beach replinishment,plz give them a peice of your mind.they destroy sandbars.please dont support them!