Florida Surf Report/Forecast and Tropical Outlook for June 10th 2024

Florida Surf Report/Forecast and Tropical Outlook for June 10th 2024

Florida Surf Report/Forecast and Tropical Outlook for June 10th 2024
Atlantic Surf Report and Forecast
 
Monday:  Knee high to start the day.  Onshore winds pick up as the day goes on pushing up a little wind swell by last light.

Tuesday:   Same story for Tuesday.  Knee high to start the day.  Onshore winds pick up as the day goes on pushing up a little wind swell by last light.

Looking ahead:  Surf will settle into the knee to lucky thigh range at 4-5 secs for most of the work week.  We will see mostly onshore winds keeping the quality and size on lower side.  An area of low pressure will be pushing over the state this week bringing some much needed rain but not much for surf.
 
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South Florida Surf report and Forecast
Friday:  Small to flat in most spots.

Tuesday:  Small to flat
Looking ahead:  Small to flay most of the work week.  Onshore winds may kick up some small wind swell now and again but nothing worth waxing up for.  Knee high wind swell with a few lucky bigger sets possible for the weekend.  
 
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Gulf Coast Surf report and Forecast
Monday: 

Gulfsters:  Small to flat.

Panhandle:  Flat.

Tuesday:

Gulfsters: South winds pick up kicking up some knee to very lucky thigh SW wind swell at the right spots that can handle it.  Other spots will be in the shin to lucky knee range.

Panhandle: Flat.
Looking ahead:  

Gulfsters:  Small scale wind swell with South biased winds through Thursday.  Winds shift to the Se and surf drops off.  There might be a few leftover Friday morning so keep an eye out.

Panhandle:  Knee high with a few lucky bigger sets in the 4-5 sec range for the rest of the week.  We may see a little SE bump for the weekend but it’s not looking like it will be very big. 
 
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Tropics and Hurricane Forecast
Not too much currently, but the warm waters and favorable conditions suggest an active season ahead.  

We see a disorganized area of low pressure to the south of us that will swing the Caribbean winds up our way.  It won’t do much for surf but we should see a pretty good amount of needed rainfall this week.


Have a great one!  - Bryan 


 
*Legal stuff. Just a reminder I’m a surf forecaster not a weather forecaster so please check with the official government storm info outlets for the latest.
 
 
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