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    4cast outlook...

    l8est radiofax updates...24hr, 48hr, 96hr...i like where they put thu low in thu 24hr. it's vereey strong and large and 'n charge. it's def. borderline too far north and too close tho. thu further southeast uv us it gits thu better. it's def. got potential...i've seen it this close b4 and still receive swell. lastleey, if that duzn't pan out, mid-week 96hr showz multiple large lowz out there. so in general, it's lookin' pretteey active, finalleey...


    Last edited by kman; Jun 27, 2009 at 08:39 PM.

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    nice week of some bump

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    there'z uh low 4casted 2 moove off thu coast startin' out around 1002mB and strengthenin' to 998mB. i'd reckon there'z uh small chance uv this producin' surf l8r Monday or Tuezday. but it's uh long shot and i hafta wait 2 c where they actualleey put this thing 2morrow and then wait to c if ne vectorz r pointin' towardz us. we'll c. it's uh possibiliteey rite now...(c radiofax 24hr and 48hr charts ubuv)...

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    admin, ne thoughts on this? thanx.

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    please use english... Keep an eye out for the area of convection heading towards the gulf of mexico over the next 24-48 hours. There is some potential for development here, and flow could take it across Florida. Too early to jump to any conclusions, but take a look at the Atlantic Tropical Basin Outlook in the Swellinfo Hurricane Center.

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    no, i'm tawkin' bout thu low 4casted ta moove off thu mid-atlantic coast 2morrow...NOT 93L...93L iz uh lost cauze...

    and that's not kool that u'd dis my spelling/grammer skillz admin. i'd xpect that from evereey1 else, but not u. i'm tryin' thu best i kan, ok? not evereey1 kan spell like eenglish professorz. i need 2 spell it like it soundz in order 2 deel with my low IQ...k?

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    July 4th weekend looking good enough

    Looking nice for this weekend. Nothing epic, but I'll take it. Rare enough to get a break with surfable waves when I'm actually on the Cape. Question will be, which part? Nausett? Chatham? Wellfleet? Money is on WF.

    Quote Originally Posted by Swellinfo View Post
    please use english... Keep an eye out for the area of convection heading towards the gulf of mexico over the next 24-48 hours. There is some potential for development here, and flow could take it across Florida. Too early to jump to any conclusions, but take a look at the Atlantic Tropical Basin Outlook in the Swellinfo Hurricane Center.