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    Exclamation and the (surfing) villagers sang and danced...

    water temp at my local beach might have just climbed into the 40's. i don't ever remember
    water temps staying in the 30's into ANY PART of march…howzit at your beach?

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    40s sound good to me. Last weekend it felt freezing and my feet were numb in an hour

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippy View Post
    40s sound good to me. Last weekend it felt freezing and my feet were numb in an hour
    doooood - last weekend my left foot got numb BEFORE i caught my first wave!!!!

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    Cold, buoy 30 miles offshore is at 37. Can't wait for 40 degree water.

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    swellinfo.com - the premier surfing forecast site, still says 38 degrees at my local break in Belmar, NJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkingonh2o View Post
    swellinfo.com - the premier surfing forecast site, still says 38 degrees at my local break in Belmar, NJ
    oh wait, never mind... its always 55 in Belmar, NJ... everywhere else is 38

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkingonh2o View Post
    swellinfo.com - the premier surfing forecast site, still says 38 degrees at my local break in Belmar, NJ
    perhaps i jumped the gun. i guess i'll go hang out in a meat freezer somewhere...

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkingonh2o View Post
    oh wait, never mind... its always 55 in Belmar, NJ... everywhere else is 38
    You took the words right out of my fingertips.

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    35 today at the buoy. Lowest it's been in a year from what I've seen. Things are gonna change, I can feel it.

    Alas, there's some motion in the ocean today. The midnight glass still offers some leftovers in its recession. Ideal swell angle and wind direction per the break but it's dead high tide right now. Those lines better still exist this afternoon at lower tide.

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    im there with you BaddyT....