Conditions Jacksonville Beach F1
Relative W Atlantic Buoys/SE USA
Air Temp
Water Temp
Report #2 – Thursday – 12:30 PM – 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 Afternoon Friends! Small surf continues. It’s in the knee to thigh high range with light SE winds. It’s pretty much longboard or grom surf at report time. Give it a check and have a great Thursday!


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! Click Image below for most current Tropical Weather Outlook.

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