Are these strong northeast winds going to destroy the ese swell that's heading for south facing rhode island breaks? 4.3 Feet ese swell is forecasted tomorrow, but won't these 40 knot northeast gusts all night long cause the swell to change direction and cancel out the ese since it's crossing it up? The buoy is already starting to show a ene swell at 10.8 feet. East can get in on south facing, but forget if there's a northerly component.
Last edited by mikeb2056; Aug 24, 2010 at 01:26 AM.
it wraps in, but it's usually gutless...it's not like south swell, where there'z actual push. and there'z usually ****loadz current associated. u need u jetty like LB spots for this shiit...hmm, wunder if demoz iz werkin?
When conditions get good, I was always amazed by how many people would show up out there. Been there on so many bad/barely worth the effort days with noone out that I had no idea how many people keep tabs on it.
Last edited by fulltilt720; Aug 25, 2010 at 07:51 PM.