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    lots of in's and out's and what have you's

    could sombody expalin to me how .... east swell 5ft at 6am turns sse at 9am? thanks dorks

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    oh sorry.... east swell 4.2 at 6am wnw winds 23mph...... sse 3.7ft winds wnw25mph at 9am

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    Go bac to the valley bra

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    thanks plober but thats not funny anymore

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    maybe 16 years ago

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    hey pluber....sorry you dont know the difference b/t an east swell and a sse swell its probably because you dont know how to surf......see ya next hurricane swell moron

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    There's a couple reasons why/how that can happen... a new swell arrives from a different direction, a fast moving storm or frontal system and it's fetch swings the swell around from a different direction (less likely), there's an error in the models (least likely). So there's your answer, genius.
    Last edited by LBCrew; Feb 21, 2013 at 11:03 AM.

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  9. #9
    Well, the jerk store called...

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    It happens just to piss you off, crackheadjackass.