Category: Forecasting

ThankYouSurfing Thursday – July 28 2016

Whoever went upcoast last weekend definitely scored. Anyone see the shot of @davosjuevos by @surfsupwolf ? 👀 It looked so fun! 👍 Locally, the wind’s been slightly stronger than is typical for this time of year, so we’ve seen some barely rideable surf from time-to-time when the tide cooperated. Forecast: Summer-like conditions  for the beginning of the weekend. Then, as…

ThankYouSurfing Thursday – June 30 2016

Happy Fourth of July! Last week was definitely summer-like in South Florida. ☀️⛈ Between flatness and steamy heat, there’s no escaping the fact that it’s THAT time of year in Miami Beach. The good news? It’s mango season. 👅   Forecast: Flat to almost barely rideable with 10-15 mph southeast wind in South Florida. Up above the Bahamas, a small…

ThankYouSurfingThursday – June 23 2016

Last week was pretty awesome for surfers in Miami. First, we celebrated #InternationalSurfingDay with Surfrider Miami on Saturday afternoon The Broken Shaker. Then on Sunday, a swell filled-in upcoast and it even made it down to Miami Beach before dark. Monday and Tuesday also delivered fun waves anywhere from barely rideable to chest plus. Tuesday evening, F1RST  hosted the #DreamSteeple premiere.…

ThankYouSurfingThursday – June 2 2016

The tropics started heating up early this year! As forecast, Tropical Storm Bonnie formed last weekend and threw a fun little swell to Florida for the Memorial Day Weekend. The remnants of Bonnie have re-generated to Tropical Depression Bonnie, and are located about 25 miles east-southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. We aren’t expecting to see anything further from her,…

ThankYouSurfingThursday – May 26 2016

Woohoo! We have waves in the forecast from a developing low pressure system (#91L) near the Bahamas. As of Thursday afternoon, the models are consistently showing a low forming Friday into Saturday that tracks WNW and then NW toward the South Carolina coast making landfall on Sunday. Until recently, winds were forecast to reach 25 kts, but the forecasted intensity…