Hey Swellinfo how does the weekend look for Northen Monmouth County? Right now its looking pretty good . Im desperate so....
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Jul 16, 2007, 05:23 PM #2
Just keep checking the updates! were still a ways off here.
Yea i know. It just looks like a big increase overnight friday night so I was maybe hoping for a fun DP on Sat.
Jul 16, 2007, 06:39 PM #4
keep em crossed! I could def. use a sat session myself.
Jul 17, 2007, 12:03 AM #5Junior Member
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today was fun
about waist to chest high sets
i skimmed and had some nice liners and wraps to barrel and bodyboarded too the waves were fun and glassy
hopefully this keeps up untill sat when we get hit
Yes!!!! So far so good. A prediction of CHEST to SHOULDER waves on Sat wit pretty clean conditions for Monmouth County, NJ, but fading through the day...WHO CARES!!! SOOOO AWESOME This I got to hit/see!!!
Swellinfo....y has the wave height been changing back and forth for monmouth county? Also, y r the conditions choppy for fri if there r sw/w winds?
friday should be fun.......but you cant really expect an accurate report for saturday on tuesday?!?!? You got all pumped for saturday, but its prob gona be closer to knee high. wait till the swell is closer, and swellinfo is usually right on
Jul 19, 2007, 01:32 AM #9
Thats the nature of the beast! The swellinfo forecasts follow the current weather model predictions, so you have to stay on top of the forecasts and understand that the local east coast storm systems are likely to change in the forecast predictions when you are several days out.
Rather than give vague uncertainties like many forecasters do, Swellinfo gives it like the models predict.
The west coast swells on the other hand are much more easily predicted several days out, as the swells often take many days after they are produced by storms to make it into the coast.
As of now, it looks like you will see a cleanup on Friday as the forecast calls for. And then northerly winds behind the front on Saturday making for chop.
Here's a copy and past from Monmouth County. The latest model runs are indicating an earlier offshore shift on Friday. Stay tuned!
Surf: Waist to chest high SSE short period wind swell.
Conditions: Sideshore/choppy in the morning with SSW winds 15-20kt. Clean conditions for the afternoon with the winds shifting W 5-10 kt.
Last edited by Swellinfo; Jul 19, 2007 at 01:36 AM.
Hi Gilson...lol its Cole.
And I know...I just thought you guys got something wrong...?