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Report 3 – 3:30 PM

Today’s Tides
3:50 AM low -0.6 ft.
10:06 AM high 6.8 ft.
4:22 PM low -0.4 ft.
10:28 PM high 6.2 ft.

Good Afternoon Friends! Our combo swell from Hurricane Teddy and a strong Nor’easter continues late this afternoon. It’s in the head high +/-  range with very strong NNE winds and current and intermittent rainstorms in the area. We should have building surf & seas over the next few days, [it’s not a day for lessons or beginners] be safe out there if you are going for it and have a Sweet Saturday!

Sunrise 7:13 AM – Sunset 7:26 PM

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When it comes to Tropical Storm Season, Mother Nature never lets us down. We are always discussing the next storm during late August through September. For surfers, it’s usually a good thing as long as the Storms don’t hit land. Let’s hope for minimal destruction and firing surf in 2020!

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