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  1. #11
    What do you all use to calculate the water temps?...all the other forcasters have way down in the low fifties for WB and CB..just curious.

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    That water temp is off for sure... Looks like there's a problem there - looking into it. Thanks for bringing it too my attention.

  3. #13
    Ahh. i was hoping yours was correct and I was going to be able to bare the elements without a hood.. looks liek Im gonna be spending some money.

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    Wink

    I think I'm already starting to feel the effects of some strange illness....

  5. #15
    swellinfo, should i stay on the bogue banks now ? why the constant changing? is the low goin right over us?

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    Thumbs up

    ya, latest models shifted that low off to the east a bit... showing northerly winds in the early am, then shifting west. Its tough, when those lows are parked so close... So, Emerald Isle/Atlantic beach area could see some clean stuff for the early a.m., then take a drive south for midday WB !



    As I said in the first post, the models are super fickle with these lows that skirt right up the coast, so its def. wise to keep checking the updates.

    FYI - wave maps/hourly winds are updated at approx. 12:45am, 6:45am, 12:45pm, 6:45pm plus/minus 15minutes.

    nearshore wind maps are updated about an hour earlier

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    oh ya, and take some pics for us - if you get the goods

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    looks like the swell will fill in through the morning hours and peak around the midday low tide.

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    Surfed Pawleys Island, SC this mourning at high tide... Sets were stomach to shoulder high with looooooong fun walls. A little chilly out there but it was undoubtedly worth getting wet for! Had it been a little warmer I would have stayed and waited for the tide to fall a little; I think it is going to get pretty good here in the next hr or so. Get on it if you can!

  10. #20
    time to eat lunch and warm up, had a fun 3 hr bout this morning maybe waist to chest occ bigger set. heres some pics when i got out
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