NOT- this sucks! I guess this forecast about sums up what has been a pretty dismal hurricane and fall season at the Jersey shore..
11/8 Down WNW 20 early No swell of interest forecast
A front is to push off the coast with northwest winds taking hold at 20-25 kts blowing things flat. 1 ft or less ---
11/9 Down WNW 10+ early No swell of interest forecast
High pressure is to settle directly over the Carolinas setting up a light offshore flow and no swell producing fetch. 1 ft or less ---
11/10 Down WSW 20 early No swell of interest forecast
A new front to push off the coast setting up west winds at 25 kts off the Northeast Coast. No swell being produced. 1 ft or less ---
11/11 Down WNW 10+ early No swell of interest forecast
The new gale is to push quickly off the Northeast coast generating only west winds at 30 + kts south of Nova Scotia. A new high pressure system is to push over the mid-Atlantic states later only generating more west winds at 15 kts. 1 ft or less ---
11/12 Down N 15 early No swell of interest forecast
A slack pressure and wind pattern to take hold of most of the US East Coast. Well inland a large high pressure system is forecast building and tracking east with north winds starting to build over New York later. No swell production indicated. 1 ft or less ---
Outlook Down --- The models suggest the new high pressure system is to push off the Northeast coast on Wed (11/13) generating only north-northwest winds at 25 kts initially then fading to calm. No swell to result.