Conditions Jacksonville Beach F1
Relative W Atlantic Buoys/SE USA
Air Temp
Water Temp
Report #1 – Thursday – 6:45 AM – RATING 3.5 of 10
Today’s Tides
7:05 AM low 0.6 ft.
1:36 PM high 5.1 ft.
7:54 PM low 0.9 ft.

Good Morning America! Our small surf continues. It’s in the knee high range with light SW winds. Note: [Compared to yesterday, occasional sets look to be slightly larger this morning]. We’ll check it later this morning and keep you posted!


It’s August 22nd, does this date ring a bell? It should! Ten years ago today was the day Hurricane Bill brought us some of the best surf this coast gets, [see photos below]. Hurricane Season is at it’s peak and we’ll most likely be getting a Tropical swell within the next week or 2, [of course that’s a pretty bold statement considering how small our surf has been this summer]. We’ll have to wait and see if Mother Nature comes through for us!


For the next 8 weeks we’ll have to watch for Tropical development as we are approaching the peak of Hurricane Season. At this time, we see a few clues trying to pop up. Stay tuned to Weather Authorities!

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