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  1. #51
    What's this that's coming up on the report through next weekend? 6ft at 10s one of the days. Is that from the PR invest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmassSpicoli View Post
    What's this that's coming up on the report through next weekend? 6ft at 10s one of the days. Is that from the PR invest?
    the pr invest seems to have fizzled over jamaica (mon)....
    theres' two more out there; next weekend seems a little early for them to produce...

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    ummm... dudes.... Sunday /Monday Hype??? says head hi in so moco!

    That means Belmar will be at very least- DOH... and barreling. the kind you could drive a (hype)train thru...

    hey yo spicoli- start flyin the banners!

  4. #54
    Yes bro that's what I was talking about yesterday. Calling for straight east juice by Sunday. There are some breaks here that would go apeschitt from 90 degrees. But winds coming from heavy NE. Good thing Rhodey is showing some action now too with calmer winds. Weather is looking ok too so is this another low in the North Atlantic? That would make 2 rare swells in 2 weeks.

    FLY A BANNER FOR BEST NON-TROPICAL SUMMER SWELL EVER

  5. #55
    Well I'm saying some choice words right now that the models call for waist high on Monday and nothing notable on Sat/Sun. That's down from OH in yesterday's outlook for the weekend.

    Better get some wahines on the hook for another weekend of sun and debauchery. We will surf again one of these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmassSpicoli View Post
    Well I'm saying some choice words right now that the models call for waist high on Monday and nothing notable on Sat/Sun. That's down from OH in yesterday's outlook for the weekend.

    Better get some wahines on the hook for another weekend of sun and debauchery. We will surf again one of these days.
    That fetch for early next week must all be pointed more down towards the mid-atlantic. Its keeps changing, but NOAA WW3 is saying 3-5 feet @ 9-10 seconds for the Delmarva Monday/Tuesday from this non-tropical low. We'll see if it develops...

    Last edited by mitchell; Aug 19, 2014 at 05:39 PM.

  7. #57
    just in time for the east coast groveling competition

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    Quote Originally Posted by leethestud View Post
    just in time for the east coast groveling competition
    or....right after it ends??

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  10. #60
    Other models have it tracking over Hispaniola and making landfall on the Gulf Coast. I hope you're right.