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|ScorchieLeWave||Nantasket, MA||3+ ft||Clean||8/31|
|Surfed a couple sessions low - mid tide, winds allowed nice, surprisingly powerful lefts and good rights. Plenty of near-perfect shortboard rides. Occasional bigger sets. Perhaps some short-period groundswell had mixed in with the wind-swell. Hadn\'t surfed in months. Looks like some small waves still left today for the stragglers.|
|Brett||Nantasket Beach, MA||4-5 ft||Semi Glass/Bumpy||2/22|
|Very light onshore winds 5-10 mph max. Solid chest-head swell with smooth faces and long lines. Reports say choppy but I don\'t think they\'re taking into account the lightness of the wind. Should even decrease during the day. Clean/semi clean conditions at the moment. Partly sunny with a nice balmy high of 40 degrees. Looks really fun. Finally a day without that awful howling NW wind...Get out there.|
|First and Second Beach, RI||4-5 ft||Semi Clean||2/20|
|Brett||Nantasket Beach, MA||4-6+ ft||Choppy||2/10|
|UPDATE: Incoming tide, surf 4-6+ with NNW winds 10-15 mph. Got a lot messier..hoping this smooths out before the swell drops too much..|
|Brett||Nantasket Beach, MA||4-6+ ft||Semi Glass/Bumpy||2/10|
|Solid leftovers from the nor\'easter. Really shifty out there right now, currently 4-8 ft with moderate WNW winds around 10mph. I wouldn\'t head out until it cleans up a bit closer to high tide (noon). Should smooth out throughout the day, but the swell will also drop into the waist-high range by late afternoon with cleaner conditions.|
|First and Second Beach, RI||2+ ft||Semi Glass/Bumpy||1/13|
|First and Second Beach, RI||2+ ft||Clean||1/12|
|First and Second Beach, RI||flat||Clean||1/9|