Eyeball Surf Report

Detailed Surf Forecast for NJ and Long Island, NY

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Monday 25 October 2021

12:17pm

2-3ft SE windswell mix and background SE groundswell. Moderate to strong S wind. 

Poor form at most spots but some of the east facing jetties in New Jersey will see clean/semi-clean surf on the lower tide. SSE/SE windswell builds through the day. 

 

COASTAL FLOODING ALERT Sustained onshore wind and the recent (20 Oct) full moon will create flooding at the beach areas at high tide. Use caution on flooded roadways. 

WEATHER/CONDITIONS UPDATE STORM ALERT 

Thunderstorms and potentially heavy rain after 5pm.

Later Today Sustained S wind, building SE/SSE windswell. Thunderstorms move in this evening. 

 

Overnight Wind turns N and increases to gale force (20-25mph+. Heavy rain overnight. 

REGIONAL SURF REPORT

NJ

Monmouth and Ocean County 

Waist high+ surf with moderate sideshore (S) wind. Most spots are seeing poor form. Find a long, east facing jetty on the lower tide for clean/semi-clean surf. 

Atlantic and Cape May County

East Facing: Waist high+ surf with moderate sideshore (S) wind. Most spots are seeing poor form. Find a spot with good protection from the southerlies on the lower tide for clean/semi-clean surf. 

South Facing: Thigh to waist high+ surf with moderate onshore (S) wind. Poor form. 

 

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NY

Queens-Nassau County

Thigh to waist high+ surf with moderate onshore (S) wind. Poor form. 

Suffolk County 

Waist high++ surf with moderate onshore (S) wind. Poor form. 

FORECAST ALERT STORM and SURF ALERT

Storm stalls offshore, heavy rain and building surf through the end of the week. Best surf at south facing spots in the region, especially on Long Island, NY. 

Surf drops to near flat on Sunday.

Check out the 72 Hour Surf Forecast below for details. 

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LONG RANGE FORECAST SURF ALERT!

Solid surf this weekend but watching the wind forecast. 

Check out the Long Range Forecast below for details.

TROPICAL UPDATE  

The tropics are still dormant

Check out the Tropical Update below for details.

Water Temp Update  65-66 degrees F. A 3/2 fullsuit handy is recommended.

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THIS FORECAST IS
UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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MONDAY 25 OCTOBER 2021 

Surf Alert*

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

NJ Stay tuned

NY Stay tuned

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*SWELL EVENT NOTES 

 

TUESDAY 26 OCTOBER 2021 

STORM and SURF ALERT*

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

NJ Stay tuned

NY Stay tuned

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*SWELL EVENT NOTES 

WEDNESDAY 27 OCTOBER 2021 

SURF and SURF ALERT*

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

NJ Stay tuned 

NY Stay tuned 

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*SWELL EVENT NOTES 

NEXT WEEK 

STORM and SURF ALERT

Stay tuned

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THIS FORECAST IS
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IMPORTANT NOTE

Long Range Forecasts are based on the data at hand but this information is constantly changing. Any forecast beyond 72 hours is based on the available information and is subject to change, so I will do my absolute best to update this forecast as the data changes.

LONG RANGE FORECAST

SYNOPSIS 

 

RIGHT NOW

See the Current Atlantic Forecast Map here

Surf Alert

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WEEKEND

SURF ALERT

24 hour Western Atlantic Forecast Map

48 hour Western Atlantic Forecast Map

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NEXT WEEK 

SURF ALERT

72 hour Western Atlantic Forecast Map

96 Hour Western Atlantic Forecast Map

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THE X-FACTOR Surf Alert

Holy shitballs!  The North Pacific is blowing up and throwing major storms at the Pacific Northwest, and conditions permitting, those storms could make their way across the US Mainland and could be potential swell-makers for our region. 

THE GOOD and BAD NEWS

GOOD There's another round of solid surf on the way 

BAD With back to back cold fronts on the way, the onshore wind is going to make things messy for the next several days. 

SEASONAL NOTES

FALL

We are on the back half of the peak of Hurricane Season is here but upper level winds that are creating problems for developing storms in the Atlantic. Regardless, I will still be watching every system that comes out of the Atlantic Basin for track and potential development, particularly the storms that move into the bullseye between the Carolinas and Bermuda.

Check out the Tropical Update below for details

LA NINA

We have entered a La Nina cycle so that could potentially bring us colder air temps as well as more precipitation, which means more storms. 

 

 

SUGGESTIONS FOR NOT GOING BONKERS

DURING A LENGTHY FLAT SPELL 

 

1. Be nice to people.  Yes, your favorite step-up board is collecting dust. Work is a drag. You keep checking the cams for surf that simply isn't there. You're grouchy, borderline batshit crazy. Try to keep it together. Be nice to the family and friends. Otherwise when the inevitable zombie apocalypse comes, they're gonna eat you. 

2. Go to the gym. Work out your frustrations and get sweaty. Not only will you get ready for your next surf, you'll get shredded and look sexy and when you look sexy your significant other will want to give you some action. Also, nobody likes a fatass so go to the gym because again, when the zombie apocalypse comes you'll be prepared to fend off those assholes who are trying to eat you. 

3. Fix stuff. Broken lawnmower? The car making that horrible noise? Is your printer on the fritz? Is the screen door hanging off the hinges? Go to the hardware store and get all the stuff you need to fix all of it. Again, during the zombie apocalypse the people who can fix shit are the ones we value. Everyone else is basically fucked. 

4. Impress people at work. Be productive. Get that report or project done. Make the boss happy and make that cheddar. Remember, money equals new boards and surf trips. (Sorry, the zombie apocalypse references end here).

5. Keep an eye on the Eyeball Surf Report because I too am suffering and we are in this together. But seriously, I will be monitoring every storm and potential for swell no matter how insignificant. 

6. Order your new surfboard. Use that extra money you earned and  get ready for the next season of swell. Always SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL SHAPER.​​

      Remember...

Sometimes it's easier to beg for forgiveness

than to ask for permission. 

Check out the Tropical Update below for more details. 

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BREAKDOWN

The Tropics continue to lay dormant because upper level winds are decapitating every system that has entered the Atlantic. This is very uncharacteristic for this time of year so even I'm scratching my head. 

See below for the depressing details. 

 

MAP DETAILS

 

1. There are no active or potential systems in the Atlantic now 

Things seem to have wrapped up in the Tropics. This is unusual for this time of year and I am freaked out about it. 

IMPORTANT STUFF TO KNOW ABOUT THE TROPICS

*A tropical wave is a cluster of thunderstorms that crosses the African Continent, originating to the East in the Indian Ocean, and moves into the Atlantic Basin near the equator. Once this happens we watch it for potential development into a larger, more powerful storm like a tropical storm or hurricane.

**The Atlantic Basin is the cradle of tropical storms and hurricanes and is located at the Equator between West Africa, crosses the Cabo Verde Islands and stretches across to the northern tip of South America

 

 

OTHER FACTORS

A. Saharan Dust in the upper atmosphere above the Central Atlantic and Atlantic Basin that has hindered storm development by choking them out. (Imagine eating powdered cinnamon). However this becomes less of a factor as we head deeper into the season,

 

B. Strong Upper Level Winds  that were decapitating developing storms earlier in the season are revamping in the North Atlantic. This will become an issue for developing storms entering our swell window so this situation will be monitored closely. 

SEASONAL REPORT

The National Weather Service increased their predictions for the number of Named Storms (from 13-21 to 15-21) and an increase in Hurricanes (from 3-5 to 7-10). This is both good for potential swell events and bad for potential devastating weather events for both the East Coast and the Caribbean. 

See below for details. 

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