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  1. #1

    well, ms. Ida you are quite the surviver..


  2. #2
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    that would be crazy. Right now, most of the storm is due to the pressure gradient between the high pressure to north, but not from the center of Ida. So, if she regains circulation that would be pretty crazy.

  3. #3
    ahh that would be so sick, back to back weekend swells reminds me of bill and danny

  4. #4
    no way!! is that actually possible??

  5. #5
    anything is possible davey. mother nature is about to kick us while we are down. maybe not, i would guess it losses alot of its strength

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    ha, so much sand is washing is getting washed out because of this. i have to say at least two feet of sand is gone against the wooden seawall in long branch.... jetty rocks are starting to pop up, waves are coming over the seawall onto the boardwalk. the public beach acsess stair got ripped of from the storm.... its aweswome

  7. #7
    true, and that high pressure is retreating. but that would definitely be some insane weather to see her move out to sea and regain circulation and possibly strengthen..! definitely excited to see what happens the next few days

  8. #8
    I wanna see these new sandbars on a future swell..........maybe next weekend.

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    Makes me wish I didnt take my last vaction during 4th of july . I wished I saved it for this week