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Discussion in 'Global Surf Talk' started by Losttsol, Jun 15, 2017.
I ask this question on the other thread already! if it forcast this period this weekend will 3' waves happen?! that's what's predicted!
I would forecast 3-4-5ft walled up liners.
Clean, green beans?
2.6@20 seconds showed late today (Oregon inlet)
so what would the wave size be when it breaks^^^^^ 2.6 at 20? guesstimate
2 or 3 clean chest high sets every half hour if your lucky and did proper sand recon.
lol anything over 12-13 seconds is walled up closeouts on any east coast beach break.
2.6 @ 20? If that's actually the separated swell data, which I doubt it is, then that deep water swell will break at 3 to 4x the size. I used to live at a spot that got good during southern hemis. That should theoretically break at several feet overhead.
I bet 2.6 is the significant wave height for all the swell moving through the buoy.
18 seconds? Im so sorry you are having that problem with your cawk.
There ain't no such thing as closeouts, dude.
It will be flat, you morons.
1ft at 1000 seconds= flat
1 ft at 100000000000000seconds = flat.
God, youz guys are morons......
Now go do something useful, like getting laid (as if any girl would let youz touch her).......
Have a "nice" weekend. And stay away from baseball games. Wait, no. Go to a game.....
How about 4.6@20, that's what 44091 days right now.
In NJ??? That is the bacterial count in millions you will experience once you enter the water.
Yes it's actually swell data coming from a system that passed S Africa this passed week. Very rare to get this separation here. It'll probably be waist high but I'm intrigued. Buoy 44095 if you would like to see. 2.6 is the swell moving through buoy true...the period is what is so rare for here.
Heading south now. Just checked buoy and still consistent 2.6 @ 20...we will see what it does! Bringing LB and shorty
Toagie the data you are seeing is combo swell (like this guy is suggesting). The long period swell on your buoy is less than 2'.
Hope y'all get some...it's June so...well you know!
Sorry but that's just not true. 12-13 seconds does great down here in my neck of the woods. 15-18 works too at the right spots, and we have em.