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    Micah-IDEA!

    Micah,

    Wouldn't it be cool if you had a Surf Spot of the day within our state we are checking the forecast in? Like an icon next to our area's forecast saying which area's best within our state? This way we don't have to search all of the other forecast's within our state to see which is best to drive to which would maybe save a trip of ****ty surf or gas. For Example- If Monmouth County is Waist-Chest and clean where everywhere else in Jerz is Waist-Stomach and semi. Therefore, Monmouth County is the best area to surf today...you can possibly then make it for an area like East Coast, Gulf Coast, West Coast, and maybe World? Lemme know what u think...it'd save trips, money, gas, etc.

    Look at World Wide Wavewatch in http://magicseaweed.com/ Kinda like that but for localized areas and as I said coasts/world...

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    swellinfo used to have the hot spot of the day, but that was for all forecast locations.

    there are some tools on swellinfo that prob no one uses. if you look at the top left, where it says "detailed surf forecasts". There is a little arrow facing down there. Hover over that and you will see 3 options (detailed surf forecast, regional surf forecast, and quickcast).

    Go to regional surf forecast and quickcast to compare on the forecast locations in your region. You can even sort the locations by biggest surf height, cleanest condition, or geography. Have you used this before?

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    Please don't do this for the Outer Banks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swellinfo View Post
    swellinfo used to have the hot spot of the day, but that was for all forecast locations.

    there are some tools on swellinfo that prob no one uses. if you look at the top left, where it says "detailed surf forecasts". There is a little arrow facing down there. Hover over that and you will see 3 options (detailed surf forecast, regional surf forecast, and quickcast).

    Go to regional surf forecast and quickcast to compare on the forecast locations in your region. You can even sort the locations by biggest surf height, cleanest condition, or geography. Have you used this before?
    Ok didn't know about this...thanks!