6:45 am: Small scale surf starts out this Thursday morning. Super glassy with the wind WNW at around 4-7 knots. On the Canaveral Buoy to the south, the ground swell measurement is 1.6 feet at 8.3 seconds up a tad from yesterday at this time. Here is a link to the Grays Reef Buoy. You can see early morning photos and video on the SS You Tube Cam page.
8:30 am: Real glassy this morning with light offshore winds. The waves are super inconsistent but there are some set waves a little over knee high at times. The last several days incoming tide has given the size of the waves a little push. Will it happen again today? We will see….
12:14 pm: Light chop forming and waves are mushy but still fair form, looks kinda alright for a log or SUP. Probably will get worse with the wind, it is starting to get crumbly and sectiony but there are still some surfable lines and beautiful clear water if you need to get in some ocean time.
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