Time of Report: 8:30 AM
Surf Conditions: glassy for now
Wave Forecast: Stomach to head high
Dangers: other surfers
Traffic: none
Parking: not much at washout
Video:

Good morning, this is Chad with your Ocean Surf Shop surf report and forecast for Sept 25 at 8:30AM.

 Waves at the washout are stomach to head high in glassy conditions. Surf looks super fun so get out there!

 High tide is at 12:14am, low tide will be at 6:16pm.

 Winds are NNE at 10-15 knots this am and forecasted to stay low all day.

 Edisto Buoy is reading 9.5 ft. at 12 seconds in medium-to-long period easterly/south-easterly swell.

 Swell from Hurricane Maria is passing our window with stomach to head high sets. With winds out of the NNE, we should have fairly good conditions for most of the day. Maria swell should stick around for the beginning of the work week and last most of the week as well. Tropical storm Lee is now a hurricane it doesn’t look like we’ll get much swell out of him, but we’ll keep an eye on it and let you know if he does.

 Your NOAA Marine Weather Forecast for our marine area calls for: “High pressure will prevail through this weekend. The high will weaken and shift inland as Hurricane Maria tracks northward off the Southeast U.S. coast through the first half of next week. A cold front could approach the forecast area late next week.” 

 It is 75* and sunny with clouds this morning. Expect a high of 85* and sun with some clouds this afternoon.  

 Water temperature is around 81*.

 Sunset is at 7:15 p.m. and sunrise will be at 7:08 a.m.

 Thanks for checking in with Ocean Surf Shop.

Weekly Wave Forecast:

Swell from Hurricane Maria is passing our window with stomach to head high sets. With winds out of the NNE, we should have fairly good conditions for most of the day. Maria swell should stick around for the beginning of the work week and last most of the week as well. Tropical storm Lee is now a hurricane it doesn’t look like we’ll get much swell out of him, but we’ll keep an eye on it and let you know if he does.

Your NOAA Marine Weather Forecast for our marine area calls for: “High pressure will prevail through this weekend. The high will weaken and shift inland as Hurricane Maria tracks northward off the Southeast U.S. coast through the first half of next week. A cold front could approach the forecast area late next week.”

Time of Report: 8:30 AM
Surf Conditions: Glassy
Wave Forecast: Shoulder to Head high
Dangers: other surfers
Traffic: light for now
Parking: not much at washout
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Good morning, this is Chad with your Ocean Surf Shop surf report for Sept 24th at 8:30AM.

Waves at the washout are shoulder to head high in glassy, hollow conditions! Surf looks super fun so get out there!

High tide is at 11:31AM, low tide will be at 5:31pm.

Winds are NE at 10-12 knots this am and forecasted to stay low all day.

Edisto Buoy is reading 8.5 ft. at 11.4 seconds in building, medium-to-long period easterly/south-easterly swell.

Swell from Hurricane Maria is in full effect for our window with shoulder to head high sets. With winds out of the NE, we should have fairly good conditions all day. Maria swell should stick around for the beginning of the work week and last most of the week as well. Tropical storm Lee isn’t looking like we’ll get much swell out of him, but we’ll keep an eye on it and let you know if he does.

Your NOAA Marine Weather Forecast for our marine area calls for: “High pressure will prevail through this weekend. The high will weaken and shift inland as Hurricane Maria tracks northward off the Southeast U.S. coast through the first half of next week. A cold front could approach the forecast area late next week.”  It is 74* and sunny this morning. Expect a high of 84* and sun this afternoon.  Water temperature is around 81*.

Sunset is at 7:15 p.m. and sunrise will be at 7:08 a.m.

Thanks for checking in with Ocean Surf Shop.

Weekly Wave Forecast:

Swell from Hurricane Maria is in full effect for our window with shoulder to head high sets. With winds out of the NE, we should have fairly good conditions all day. Maria swell should stick around for the beginning of the work week and last most of the week as well. Tropical storm Lee isn’t looking like we’ll get much swell out of him, but we’ll keep an eye on it and let you know if he does.
Your NOAA Marine Weather Forecast for our marine area calls for: “High pressure will prevail through this weekend. The high will weaken and shift inland as Hurricane Maria tracks northward off the Southeast U.S. coast through the first half of next week. A cold front could approach the forecast area late next week.”

Time of Report: 8:30 AM
Surf Conditions: glassy for now
Wave Forecast: Waist to Stomach, Occ Bigger
Dangers: other surfers
Traffic: moderate
Parking: not much at washout
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Good Morning. This is Chad with your Ocean Surf Shop surf report and forecast for Friday, Sept. 23 at 8:30 a.m.

Surf at the Washout this morning is waist to stomach high with sets to chest high in semi-inconsistent south-east ground swell. There is a RARE bigger set.

Surf is breaking up in the rocks this morning at the higher tide, but should get better form late-morning as the tide drops some.
Surf zone is clean, early.
We have NE winds this morning at 5 to 10 knots. We look for ENE winds increasing 10 to 15 knots late.
High tide will be at 10:51 a.m., and low tide will be at 4:48 p.m. The next high tide is at 10:59 p.m.
Edisto Buoy is reading 7.2 ft. at 11 seconds in building, medium-to-long period easterly/south-easterly swell.
Major Hurricane Maria is starting to push in another big ground swell over the weekend. We should see semi-consistent but increasing long period swell today in the stomach high (plus) range as the tide pushes. We look for another big ground-swell peaking on Sunday, with plenty of ground-swell in the water to start the work week. Winds trend north/north-east at 10 to 15 knots – side-shore – for the period. Swell begins to fade late Tuesday into Wednesday of next week. Another big swell in the forecast for a historic hurricane surf season.
Your NOAA Marine Weather Forecast for our marine area calls for: “High pressure will prevail through this weekend. The high will weaken and shift inland as Hurricane Maria tracks northward off the Southeast U.S. coast through the first half of next week. A cold front could approach the forecast area late next week.”

It is 77* and sunny this morning. Expect a high of 85* and sun this afternoon.

Water temperature is around 81*.

Sunset is at 7:15 p.m. and sunrise will be at 7:08 a.m.
Thanks for checking in with Ocean Surf Shop.

Weekly Wave Forecast:

Major Hurricane Maria is starting to push in another big ground swell over the weekend. We should see semi-consistent but increasing long period swell today in the stomach high (plus) range as the tide pushes. We look for another big ground-swell peaking on Sunday, with plenty of ground-swell in the water to start the work week. Winds trend north/north-east at 10 to 15 knots – side-shore – for the period. Swell begins to fade late Tuesday into Wednesday of next week. Another big swell in the forecast for a historic hurricane surf season.
Your NOAA Marine Weather Forecast for our marine area calls for: “High pressure will prevail through this weekend. The high will weaken and shift inland as Hurricane Maria tracks northward off the Southeast U.S. coast through the first half of next week. A cold front could approach the forecast area late next week.”

Time of Report: 8:15 a.m.
Surf Conditions: Clean early, semi-chop later.
Wave Forecast: Thigh to waist. Occ. bigger and building.
Dangers: Crowded surf (over the weekend).
Traffic: Moderate.
Parking: Some to be found.
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Good Morning. This is Bates with your Ocean Surf Shop surf report and forecast for Friday, Sept. 22 at 8:15 a.m.
Surf at the Washout this morning is thigh to waist high with sets to stomach high in inconsistent south-east ground swell. There is a RARE bigger set.
Surf is breaking up in the rocks this morning at the higher tide, but should get better form late-morning as the tide drops some.
Surf zone is clean, early.
We have north winds this morning at 5 to 10 knots. We look for moderate east winds at 5 to 10 knots this afternoon, increasing 10 to 15 knots late.
High tide will be at 10:05 a.m., and low tide will be at 4:09 p.m. The next high tide is at 10:13 p.m.
Edisto Buoy is reading 3.3 ft. at 10 seconds in building, medium-to-long period easterly/south-easterly swell.
Major Hurricane Maria is promising to start pushing in another big ground swell over the weekend. We should see inconsistent but increasing long period swell today in the waist high (plus) range as the tide pushes in around dark She will be smack dab in our swell window starting Saturday. We look for another big ground-swell peaking on Sunday, with plenty of ground-swell in the water to start the work week. Winds trend north/north-east at 10 to 15 knots – side-shore – for the period. Swell begins to fade late Tuesday into Wednesday of next week. Another big swell in the forecast for a historic hurricane surf season.

Weekly Wave Forecast:

Major Hurricane Maria is promising to start pushing in another big ground swell over the weekend. We should see inconsistent but increasing long period swell today in the waist high (plus) range as the tide pushes in around dark She will be smack dab in our swell window starting Saturday. We look for another big ground-swell peaking on Sunday, with plenty of ground-swell in the water to start the work week. Winds trend north/north-east at 10 to 15 knots – side-shore – for the period. Swell begins to fade late Tuesday into Wednesday of next week. Another big swell in the forecast for a historic hurricane surf season.

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