|Surf for Tuesday October 17 , 2017|
|Wave Height||3 - 5 ft|
|Wind Speed||33 mph|
|Water Temp||79 º|
|Time of Report||6:03 PM|
|*** TUESDAY EVENING ***
SURF....MUCH larger than this time yesterday ...mix of stormy NE swell pushing down the beach @ 3'-4'+, poor shape, choppy surface conditions with currently, strong onshore N to NNE winds and strong drift to the south---....
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POST-TROPICAL CYCLONE OPHELIA
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TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
CURRENT BUOY DATA
NEW ST. AUG BUOY#41117showing NE swell 9.2' @ 8 secs, with ENE groundswell 2.3' @ 11 secs....
SOUTH HATTERAS BUOY -NE of us & 225NM south of Cape Hatteras, showing NNE swell 12.5' @ 10 secs
CANAVERAL BUOYSE of us-- showing NE swell 4.3' @ 10 secs
LOCAL MARINE FORECAST..........Wed- NE winds 20-25kts, seas 6'-8'......
OUTLOOK......strong front w/strong NE winds and large surf into Wed and strong onshores all this week into the weekend......check back for ever changing updates ........
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Latest NHC MARINE FORECAST & ANALYSES
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RECENT SESSIONS SURF IMAGES
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|Primary Swell||North East WindSwell|
|Secondary Swell||North East GroundSwell|
|Tides for next five days.|