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  1. #1

    Angry Punch high pressure in the face

    if i had huge fists I'd punch high pressure in the face....

  2. i'd punch it somewhere else..hehe

    seriously how long is this **** gna last? give us a swell already..we've been good. last real good day at wb was may 14th.

  3. #3

    yea

    until we get a nice big storm to puuuush it away...id take a nice tropical storm at this point...however....its gonna be crappy throughout the next few months...always is
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  4. yea. u think we're gna get som decent swells this summer tho? or is this high pressure really gna kill all of summer surfing? i'd cry tears of joy if we got a stomach glass day.

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    yea,

    better find ur swimmies and that old boogie.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by naked spearfisher View Post
    yea. u think we're gna get som decent swells this summer tho? or is this high pressure really gna kill all of summer surfing? i'd cry tears of joy if we got a stomach glass day.
    dont worry, we go through this drama every summer when thing go lame.

    We will get waves again!

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    As much as I hate the typical summer high pressure systems, we can get some fun surf when a strong bermuda high sets in. Two summers ago, it was well positioned and we got some fun (nothing special) and consistent surf out of it.

    Does anyone know the typical trend for the bermuda high?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonaire126 View Post
    As much as I hate the typical summer high pressure systems, we can get some fun surf when a strong bermuda high sets in. Two summers ago, it was well positioned and we got some fun (nothing special) and consistent surf out of it.

    Does anyone know the typical trend for the bermuda high?
    yep, your right. The high pressure is much closer to the coast than the typical bermuda high, so we are not receiving the southerly flow on the west side of the high as per a normal bermuda high.

    Generally, the Bermuda high can create small, 1-3ft medium period (7-10sec) SE swells.

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    yes!

    ur def right about the same drama every year...lol...i always ***** about it being to cold in the winter and pray for summer....and then when it gets warm and crowded i ***** about it being to crowded and cant wait for winter...lol...its a vicious cycle

  10. #10

    Thumbs up

    The spring and fall are the diggity dank, late tropical swells, noreasters or large fronts in early spring, school is back in for groms, less tourons, less jellyfish, and the cooler water is actually refreshing, If you have a good flexible 3/2 , game on..