Wednesday,
Jul. 17 8:00AM EDT [0 hour]
Wednesday,
Jul. 17 2:00PM EDT [6 hour]
Wednesday,
Jul. 17 8:00PM EDT [12 hour]
Thursday,
Jul. 18 2:00AM EDT [18 hour]
Thursday,
Jul. 18 8:00AM EDT [24 hour]
Thursday,
Jul. 18 2:00PM EDT [30 hour]
Thursday,
Jul. 18 8:00PM EDT [36 hour]
Friday,
Jul. 19 2:00AM EDT [42 hour]
Friday,
Jul. 19 8:00AM EDT [48 hour]
Friday,
Jul. 19 2:00PM EDT [54 hour]
Friday,
Jul. 19 8:00PM EDT [60 hour]
Saturday,
Jul. 20 2:00AM EDT [66 hour]
Saturday,
Jul. 20 8:00AM EDT [72 hour]
Saturday,
Jul. 20 2:00PM EDT [78 hour]
Saturday,
Jul. 20 8:00PM EDT [84 hour]
Sunday,
Jul. 21 2:00AM EDT [90 hour]
Sunday,
Jul. 21 8:00AM EDT [96 hour]
Sunday,
Jul. 21 2:00PM EDT [102 hour]
Sunday,
Jul. 21 8:00PM EDT [108 hour]
Monday,
Jul. 22 2:00AM EDT [114 hour]
Monday,
Jul. 22 8:00AM EDT [120 hour]
Monday,
Jul. 22 2:00PM EDT [126 hour]
Monday,
Jul. 22 8:00PM EDT [132 hour]
Tuesday,
Jul. 23 2:00AM EDT [138 hour]
Tuesday,
Jul. 23 8:00AM EDT [144 hour]
Tuesday,
Jul. 23 2:00PM EDT [150 hour]
Tuesday,
Jul. 23 8:00PM EDT [156 hour]
Wednesday,
Jul. 24 2:00AM EDT [162 hour]
Wednesday,
Jul. 24 8:00AM EDT [168 hour]
Wednesday,
Jul. 24 2:00PM EDT [174 hour]
Wednesday,
Jul. 24 8:00PM EDT [180 hour]
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Model Runtime: 7/17/2019 8:00:00 AM
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Mottyb

Mottyb

Sep 12, 2010 Great model. Very useful. I'm curious and I've seen this before, but why does the swell in the model appear to not fill in just north of the cape. Is that accurate or is that a model/data thing. Obviously Smyrna gets plenty of swell..
Great work overall Thanks!