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Day One

Tropical Storm Barry is on his way to Florida, taking much needed rain with him. The only real threats from this tropical storm are the possible spawning of tornadoes and some flooding.  The good news is, there is going to be some short period wind swell, nothing epic, just some decent sized shifty peaks, probably around 5 ft. in the Gulf through Saturday. Then as Barry makes landfall over Central Florida he’ll leave behind a little 4-5ft. surf that may only last a few hours Saturday. A few bigger sets will roll in as well. The wind will be on it so don’t look for anything real clean and when it does go offshore the size will diminish considerably. At least there will be a little something for you “Secret Lighters”.

Southern North Carolina starts seeing a little swell late Saturday and gets the goods on Sunday with surf about 6-8ft with Southeast winds turning NW later in the day. It looks about the same for the Outer Banks and VA Beach. Get it while it’s here because it won’t last long.

SC sees a little smaller swell in the 4-5′ range on Sunday as well.

 The Northeast scores with this one with overhead surf head surf Monday and then it’s gone.

All in all, it looks like it will be worth getting wet up and down the east coast, even if it’s only for a day.

It looks we may have a small wave for the Life Rolls on Event tomorrow. I’ll have a report on that sometime tomorrow after the event. I’m stoked about doing it again, that’s for sure!

Categories: General, Ocean\'s oasis.

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  1. Now thats what I’m talkin about

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