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  1. #11
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    it looks like predominantly S wind swell for tomorrow morning, allthough the long period swells should start to show during the day.

  2. #12
    hey salty,

    you wouldn't have the attitude with beef if you were face to face. trust me

  3. #13
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    by the way, this is a surf forecasting web site. its a fair question to ask people what they think of the upcoming surf.

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    yeah if the guy doesnt know when to go, then how will he be able to like... drop in then like go off the lip like WAPOW then just like drop in again and like get pitted.. soo pitted

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    im headed out right now

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Salty J View Post
    Im a dike I know. Good luck with the waves at the lower eastern shore of Maryland.
    Cool. But why do you think we care about your sexual preference?

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by chilli21 View Post
    i think that groundswell is supposed to show early, like 12-13 sec, and even at 2-3 ft that should still be decent, at least better than what we've had and with some punch behind it. just wake up and hop on malibus.com and check the report before you go.
    What does the 12-13 sec exactly mean again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dredg2 View Post
    What does the 12-13 sec exactly mean again?
    The time it takes for the peak or trough of successive waves to pass a given point relative to and perpendicular to the waves's translation.

    Hope that clears it up for you.
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    Last edited by SkySurfnSnow; Jan 24, 2011 at 11:55 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dredg2 View Post
    What does the 12-13 sec exactly mean again?
    A wave has a trough and a crest.

    The wave height is the distance between the trough and crest.

    The wavelength is the distance between 2 troughs or 2 crests.

    The swell period is the time it takes the wave to travel the wavelength distance.

  10. #20
    Cool, thanks for clarifying.