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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by AllsSwell View Post
    http://lolabw1.surfline.com/servlet/...955078125&p=17

    Yeah, next Wednesday around midday looks alright. I'm a temporary west coast transplant and don't know how storms exiting the east coast correspond to incoming swell. In the Northwest everything was always approaching us. More like nor'easters out here.

    Anyone care to explain what a storm system leaving the east coast would mean for swell heights in the days following?

    "days" following? Oh MAN you ARE in for a rude awakening. Storms exiting the east coast will typically blow onshore/side hard for a day or so as it exits the coast. Find the lee of a jetty and you may have ridable surf during the storm passage. Typically in the winter the hard offshores clean up and then knock the swell down in within 24 hours after it exits the coast.

  2. #12
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    looks like some good S swell potential. Keep an eye on the updates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by super fish View Post
    also, friday or saturday will most likely be the day to go.
    is that right

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    now mgs is calling for 14.5ft at 9 seconds...just goes to show how it changes so quickly...just wait until monday or tuesday for a legit forecast

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    looks windy as hell wednesday with it lessening for thursday. i foresee....... epic surfing thursday morning.

    -nostradamus