updated by Bryan Davis 2 days ago


Tuesday: Wave size drops a little to thigh to waist as winds turn onshore at about 10 mph chopping things up a bit.

Extented Forecast

Wed 2/8 - Thu 2/9 Looking ahead: Onshore winds will be kicking up some additional wind swell for Wednesday but we should start to see some organized longer range swell mixing in on Thursday and sticking around for Friday with southern winds.
Swami's Predictions are his own observations!! If you missed out on epic surf or a 10 second barrel, he's not responsible because we don't pay him enough! So to help you and him out, always check the Florida wave models and other Florida surf forecast links below to see for yourself. Who knows, you may learn to forecast the next swell better than Swami.

Surf Guru Wave Model

Florida Surf Forecast & Florida Weather Links

Wave Height Models

NOAA/NCEP - Now 6hr 12hr 24hr 48hr 72hr 96hr 120hr Loop
NOGAPS WW3- Now 12hr 24hr 48hr 72hr 96hr 120hr 144hr
Scripps - Now 6hr 12hr 24hr 48hr 72hr 96hr 120hr Loop

Wave Period Models

NOAA/NCEP - Now 6hr 12hr 24hr 48hr 72hr 96hr 120hr Loop
Scripps - Now 6hr 12hr 24hr 48hr 72hr 96hr 120hr Loop

NOAA Buoy Data

NOAA National Buoy Data Center
20 Mile Cape Canaveral Buoy
120 Mile Cape Canaveral Buoy
St Augustine Buoy


Southern East Coast Tides
New Smyrna Beach, Ponce Inlet
Cape Canaveral
Cocoa Beach
2nd Light - PAFB
Conova Beach
Sebastian Inlet
Puntas Arenas, Costa Rica

Tropical Weather

National Hurricane Center
Tropical Outlook

NOAA Text Forecasts

Tropical Outlook
Marine Forecast
Surf-Zone Forecast
NWS Weather Forecast

NOAA Weather

Melbourne Florida National Weather Service
US Surface Map

Ocean Temperatures

NHC Atlantic Ocean

NOAA GOES Satellite Images

GOES Satellite Homepage
Eastern US
GOES Satellite Tropical Sectors
Western Atlantic
Eastern Atlantic

Radar Images

Melbourne Florida NWS Radar - Static Loop
Southeast NWS Radar - Static Loop
US NWS Radar - Static Loop

Weather/Oceanography Websites

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) NOAA National Weather Service (NWS) Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center (FNMOC) Scripps Institution of Oceanography XTide - Harmonic tide clock and tide predictor University of South Carolina's Wethey Lab NOAA National Center for Environmental Predictions (NCEP) NWS Environmental Modeling Center's Marine Modeling and Analysis Branch National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS)

Always check the weather models, to see for yourself and learn to forecast the next swell... we'll post changes if needed... NOTE: Swami's Predications are his own observations!! But he is not responsible if...

  • you did not catch it offshore and glassy.
  • you missed out on a 10 second barrel.
  • you had to work yesterday and it was Stellar!
  • you forgot to check with Swami , DUH!

So what does all this mean? If it's flat, crank up the bikes, go skateboarding or just do something!

The Dawn Patrol is ready for the Swell to start, so "Come to the Source!" and check the Florida Surf Report daily!