Swell on the way! A complex frontal system has developed in the south and is moving our way. The warm front portion of this storm system will cross our area tonight into early Friday bringing stiff S winds that will build the surf well into the 6-9ft+ range. The associated cold front will then pass in the early afternoon bringing stiff W winds. Expect solid head high-overhead lines with blustery offshore winds Friday afternoon as seas hold in the 6’@10 second range until dark. There will be tubes to be had if you find the right beach (especially good in CNJ). By Saturday, the brunt of the swell will knocked down from the stiff offshores, but you can still expect fun little leftover lines early (3’@11 seconds with W-WNW winds). Small 1-2ft dribble Sunday as southerly flow returns, hopefully giving us another little bump Monday. More on that next week. Have fun!
Gear Recco: Water is in the low 40s – full gear required