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Surf Forecast - US Mid Atlantic Coast - North Carolina to Virginia Beach

5 Day Surf Forecast

Forecast Updated:
  Thursday, June 22, 2017 1:45 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

Mid-Atlantic Surf Forecast
Covering exposed breaks from S. Carolina Virginia Beach
Day Trend Wind
(Swell Number, Swell Size & Period, Arrival Time and Profile)
(Set wave max face height)
Swell Direction
Holding WSW 10+ early Southeast windswell from previous fetch fading from 2.2 ft @ 8-9 secs
The Bermuda High is to be south and eastward displaced with low pressure building over Quebec generating southerly fetch to 20 kts late and shallow near the Outer Banks offering minimal windswell production potential.
1.5 ft 135 degrees
Up some SW 20+ early Low odds of southwest windswell building to 5.5 ft @ 7 secs
Low pressure is to be pushing off the Northeast Coast generating southwest winds at 20-25 kts offering some odds for windswell production along south facing breaks.
3.0 ft 215 degrees
Down some NW 5+ early Southwest windswell fading from 4.5 ft @ 7 secs early
The low is to move out with south winds fading from 15-20 kts early.
2.5 ft 210 degrees
Down N 10+ early No swell of interest forecast
A slack wind pattern is to be in control. The Bermuda High is to be eastward displaced.
1 ft or less ---
Down N 10+ early No swell of interest forecast
An even weaker pressure and wind pattern is to set up offering nothing in terms of swell production.
1 ft or less ---
Up slightly --- There's suggestion of high pressure building inland and pushing over the Outer Banks Wed-Thurs (6/29) generating northeast fetch early at 15-20 kts possibly setting up one day of windswell before the high moves directly over the Outer Banks setting up a slack wind pattern.



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