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    Legit g-swell heading our way next week?

    Looking at a LOLA model.... looks like 3-4 @ 15s hitting us around Wed/Thursday next week? Any legitimacy to these claims/models... This would be an aweeeesome extension to our recent stretch of waves.

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    models are showing development from the tropical wave off Africa.

    Check out the Swellinfo North Atlantic Wave Maps (Zoom out by hitting the minus sign). You'll see the tropical blob there. Switch over to the period maps, and you'll see the g swell heading this way.

    Very low reliability at this point, but definitely fun to look at and hopefully this thing will develop. Keep checking the updates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjcliff View Post
    Looking at a LOLA model.... looks like 3-4 @ 15s hitting us around Wed/Thursday next week? Any legitimacy to these claims/models... This would be an aweeeesome extension to our recent stretch of waves.
    LOLA...why would you need to use Surfline, when you have it all (and more) right here!!!

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    haha, funny ou say that - I just canceled my surfline account this month - it runs out on the 7th. Complete waste of money

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    Man I sure hope this pans out. I'll be on the OBX all week next week.

    /me crosses his fingers and toes.

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    Its been labeled a TD by the Hurricane Center.. and is expected to upgrade to a trop storm by today.

    http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/storm_graphi...085912W_sm.gif