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Date: Tue August 14, 2007

Time: 6:18am

Location: 8th Street

Size: ankle to knee

Wind: n 10-12

High Tide: 9:04am/9:29pm

Low Tide: 3:11am/3:12pm

Water Temp: 75 degrees

Surf Beaches: 56th,136th and the inlet

Current Report: Sloppy north wind swell,about waist high. Looks like there might be something friday.

 

Congratulations to Travis Knight,the new MD State shortboard champion,and Wyatt Harrison the MD state longboard champion. Good job and good surfing.

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Guest Kurt at Surfline

Hey, this is Kurt with the Surfline Surf Report for Thursday August 15th at 1:45 PM.

 

SURF:

1-2 ft - ankle to knee high and poor conditions.

 

PM Regional Overview: Minor S/SE swell mix this afternoon. Conditions are clean with SW winds. Still a little too deep from the late morning high tide -- should improve some as the tide continues to drop this afternoon.

 

AM Surf Report:

Minor SE background swell in the knee high range. Conditions are clean with calm winds.

 

DELMARVA'S REGIONAL OVERVIEW:

SE background swell showing early this morning. Look for S windswell to mix in later in the day. Winds are light this morning becoming SW at 12-17kts for this afternoon

 

THURSDAY:

A trough approaches the region.

Knee-thigh high S windswell/SE background swell mix.

 

Conditions: Winds are SW 7-12kts increasing to 12-17kts.

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Guest Kurt at Surfline

Hey, this is Kurt with the Surfline Surf Report for Wednesday August 22, 2007 at 6:40 AM.

 

SURF:

3-4 ft. - waist to chest high and poor-fair conditions.

 

AM Surf Report:

E/ENE windswell and SE swell mix showing this morning. Conditions are bumpy/semi choppy conditions with NE/NNE winds this morning.

 

DELMARVA'S REGIONAL OVERVIEW:

SE swell continues for the region today with E/ENE windswell also mixing in. Conditions are bumpy semi choppy with NE/NNE winds. Expect steady ENE winds for the rest of the day

 

WEATHER FORECAST

 

WEDNESDAY:

Low pressure pushes away from the region as high pressure extends in from the north.

3-4’ E/ENE windswell, Plus peaks are possible at the right spot.

 

Conditions: Winds are ENE 10-15kts.

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