Who could forget? Sure hope that doesn't happen again anytime soon. Waves may have been great, but at what cost?
Hurricanes are always a bit of guilty pleasure. Sandy was great for the eastern coast for surf and we know how that finished up. The ideal storm is a cat 5 that spins out in the Atlantic for weeks and then just turns Northeast and goes away without landfall. Anyone have a connection with the gov entities that control all the weather events? Order one up please.
Is there a chance this storm or low pressure system could create waves in the mid Atlantic region similar to TS Andrea earlier this year? or too far inland and far less likelihood of any decent chest high surf?