Seas Have Increased to 25 Feet East of Mid-Atlantic


Seas have increased overnight to 25 Feet East of the Mid-Atlantic this morning.
Buoy watch Now in effect. Still timing differences in offshore winds and how much the Easterly flow can push some of the Northerly swell towards the SE U.S. Coast. Offshores coming for East Florida around Wednesday. Whats left of the swell also a factor.2017-03-05_070234Latest NOAA swell forecast next 72 2017-03-05_07200172HR NOAA Wind Wave 2017-03-05_072505First signs of swell directional change showing on the Grays Reef Buoy this morning trying to flip more out of the East. Although winds have been out of the North take note of ESE swell direction as models continue to hint at modest ESE trade wind swell developing upcoming forecast period.2017-03-05_072648
Paul West Bermuda cranking it up this morning NNW winds 25-30KTS recent gust to 35.
South Hatteras North winds 20-25Kts 4 FEET out of the NNE 9 seconds.
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GFS for Wed first light with offshore flow Central Florida through NE.2017-03-05_073822
Unfortunately for PR and Islands winds are forecast to be unfavorable at peak swell arrival times. There are signs of Winter Swell Season coming to a close as well. Image also for Wednesday. ENE winds increasing to near 30KTS starting around Tuesday.
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Image is for next Sunday setting up a good shot of season first Spring ESE trade wind swell Deep from the East Atlantic.2017-03-05_075112
Flashback February 23RD 2017 2017-03-05_080154
Flash forward latest run of the GFS. LONG LONG WAYS OUT however model continues to hint at a big one coming in the back to back runs. Image is for March 18th. 2017-03-05_075830
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There are signs everywhere that the season is progressing. Subscribers are reminded weak areas of Low pressure known to produce copious amounts of rain and it looks like the spring rains are about to begin.
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