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Early Season

Subtropical storm Andrea is warming up off the east coast and sending some good surf to south FLA and some blown out mess to the Carolina’s…unless you know where to go to avoid the VAS conditions. Unfortunately, I have been working way too much to get any of this swell.  I hope some of you are getting it.

The forecast calls for weakening due to Andrea moving into cooler waters and a bit of wind shear.  Some history to note is that the last time a storm was named so early was on April 18,2003. That was Tropical Storm Ana which formed near Bermuda. An unamed storm formed on April 21,1992.

There is really nothing more to note about this storm. All I can say is be careful out there and I hope no one experiences any flooding. She’ll be gone in a few days. The turn out to sea has started. However,  A TROPICAL STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM ALTAMAHA SOUND GEORGIA SOUTH TO FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDA.

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  1. Great site… putting you on my blog roll…..

    And there is an interactive cam at Nags Head Peir that you can find at

  2. Hey Paula, I checked out your blogspot..coolio. Congrats on your surf princesses, they are beautiful. I have my own little princess, she’ll be two next week!!

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