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  1. #1
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    Maybe it's just low tide. . .

    but sand does appear to be moving offshore a tad. Right on cue.

  2. #2
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    Hopefully a lot more will move! Doesn't seem like this is going to be to bad a storm though....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlieInOC View Post
    Hopefully a lot more will move! Doesn't seem like this is going to be to bad a storm though....
    yeah its gonna take some real strong wave action preferably at high tide this afternoon to get up in to the beach and rip the front off that tall berm to do some real good. Tomorrow a.m. low tide is gonna be REAL low with the strong offshores overnight...should be easy to spot whether the sandbars were improved then.

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    channel 4 was in long branch this morning warning surfers not to go in the water...it was kind of funny

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    in Delmarva, most erosion occurs on a Nor'eater, but we should see some sand moving around here.