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Surf Forecast -
US Northeast Coast - New Jersey to New York
5 Day Surf Forecast

Forecast Updated:
Sunday, July 27, 2014 7:49 PM

Surf Scale: 3 ft = waist high, 4 ft = chest high, 5 ft = head high, 10 ft =double overhead
Swell Direction is direction swell is coming from. 90°=East, 180°=South, 270°=West, 360-0 = North

North-Atlantic Surf Forecast
(Centered on Long Island)
Day Trend Wind
(Swell Number, Swell Size & Period, Arrival Time and Profile)
(Set wave max face height)
Swell Direction
Up slightly SW 15+ early Southwest windswell 4.5 ft @ 7 secs
No fetch associated with the Bermuda high is to be in play with all fetch below 15 kts east of the Lesser Antilles. Otherwise weak low pressure is to be over the Northeast Coast setting up southwest winds at 15-20 kts from the Carolinas northward.
2.5-3.0 ft   195 degrees
Down slightly NW 10 early Background south windswell fading from 2.6 ft @ 7 secs
No fetch of interest is to be generated by the Bermuda High with it displaced well to the east. Low pressure is to be tracking up into Eastern Quebec with southwest winds off the Northeast Coast targeting only the Canadian Maritimes.
1.5 ft    180 degrees
Down slightly N 5 early Background southeast windswell 2.0 ft @ 8 secs
No change forecast.
1.0-1.5 ft    135 degrees
Up barely SW 5+ early Background southeast windswell 2.3 ft @ 8 secs
Low pressure over Eastern Quebec is to dissipate. The Bermuda High is to be displaced north and east with no fetch resulting.
1.5 ft   135 degrees
Down some W 1-5 early Background southeast windswell 2.3 ft @ 7 secs
The GFS model suggest some form of a tropical system tracking west-northwest just east of the Virgin Islands and moving into the US swell window. That's hard to believe at this early date.
1.0-1.5 ft 135 degrees
Down --- The GFS model suggests the tropical system is to track northwest well east of the Bahamas targeting the entire US East Coast. Easterly fetch is to build behind it at 15 kts perhaps setting up southeast background windswell too. Something to monitor.



Surf Height Animation: New Jersey - New England
Wind Animations:
US East Coast - New Jersey/New York


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