The 2017 Atlantic Tropical Cyclone Season looks to be coming to a close. There may be a couple of more shots before the end of October. The season runs officially until November 30th however after the 3rd and 4th week of October chances begin to decline significantly on systems in November with potential land impacts. It should be noted that all though the season officially runs from June 1st through November 30th we can and have had a tropical cyclones develop in every month of the calendar year.  
We now have 92L INVEST.  
National Hurricane Center giving a 30% Chance of Development next 5 Days. It does not appear at this time that 92L will actually develop let alone affect the U.S. The only ones in the way is Bermuda and this appears to be an non issue at the moment.
As the season comes to a close this is the time of year when we start to lose followers from the non surf and marine community. These are people who are only interested in when the next storm is going to develop. If you are one of those people we hope to see you next year.

Surfers hang in there. Looks like we are in a repetitive pattern with constant on shore flow and these areas of Low Pressure lifting North of PR. With the Tropical Cyclone Season coming to a close we can revert back to giving more time and attention to the surf forecast.
12Z GFS 1 RUN Image is for next Friday leading into Wavemasters Saturday and Sunday October 21st and 22nd Jacksonville Beach Pier. Saturday and Sunday don’t look much better at the moment. Hopefully some things will change.
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