extended day forecasts on the east coast are largely based off of the computer model guidance, since the storms are coming in from the west and generating quick shots of swell. The models may shift the storm tracks with each update and thus the forecasts correspond to these shifts.
The west coast is a bit different, since the swells generally taking several days before they actually arrive at a particular destination, and thus you will see less variability in the 2-4 day west coast forecasts.
Thursday [knee to waist] [clean / fairly clean] [flat to knee] [clean / fairly clean]
Surf: Knee to thigh high SW none for the morning. This fades into the flat range for the afternoon with occasional 3 to 4 times overhead high sets.
Conditions: Clean with N winds 15-20kt in the morning decreasing to 10-15kt in the afternoon.
this is the forecast for st george's island...this has to be wrong, right?? 3-4x overhead? haha, lets see that