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

Forecast Updated:
Sunday, May 31, 2020 11:58 AM

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
Holding NW 5+ early Low odds of southeast swell from previous fetch 1.9 ft @ 10-11 secs later
High pressure is to start building over the mid-Atlantic Coast setting up a northwest flow at 15 kts offering no swell production potential.
1.5 ft 120 degrees
Down WNW 10+ early No swell of interest forecast
High pressure is to push over and just off the Outer Banks resulting in west winds at 15-20 kts offering no swell producing fetch.
1 ft or less ---
Up slightly W 10+ early Low odds of southwest sideband windswell building to 3.3 ft @ 7-8 secs later
The high pressure system is to start fading out while a new low pressure builds over Maine producing a solid flow of west to southwesterly winds at up to 35 kts streaming off the Outer Banks perhaps generating minimal sideband southwest windswell, but odds are low.
2.0 ft 190 degrees
Holding SW 10+ early Southwest windswell 3.5 ft @ 7 secs
The southwesterly flow is to continue at 20+ kts pushing off the mid-Atlantic Coast perhaps getting a little better angle on swell production for Long Island.
2.0 ft 190 degrees
Down some SW 5+ early Southwest windswell 3.1 ft @ 7 secs early
The southwesterly flow pattern is to start breaking up leaving only a dead wind pattern in it's wake.
1.5 ft 185 degrees
Down --- Beyond the models suggest a new low pressure system is to start building off the Northeast Coast on Sun (6/7) producing a westerly flow pushing off the Southeast and mid-Atlantic Coasts at 15-20 kts likely suppressing swell production, at least in the short run.



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