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NJ SURF REPORT and FORECAST

MONDAY 5 DECEMBER 2022

Small Surf

1-2ft+ ESE groundswell with light W wind. Fair form. Tides will be a major factor.

Later Today 

Wind turns S/SSW by late morning, new short-period S windswell will begin to build

on top of the existing ESE groundswell but remains small (2ft+).

Water Temp  53-55 degrees. Recommend a hooded 4/3 fullsuit (or thicker) with 5mm boots and gloves.

Radical Tide Swings

Upcoming full moon creates radical tide swings

and limited windows of surfability this week.

Check your local tide chart for details. 

FORECAST

WEEKEND 

Right Now Small/Building Swell

There's a small, long-period ESE groundswell from a cold front that moved into the Western Atlantic over the weekend and with high pressure over the region, our local wind will remain light.

Overview: There's a ton of activity both in the Atlantic and across the US so while the surf is small now, we can expect that to gradually increase through the week and into the weekend. The problem will be when/if our local winds will cooperate. 
Early to Mid Week Storm Alert/Building Swell

In regard to weather and swell activity, we are looking at a buttload of stuff going on this week. First, there's a large, sprawling, strong frontal system is moving in from the west and in the Atlantic, there's a developing storm  (currently 760 miles east of the East Coast of Florida) that's forecast to both strengthen and stall on the outskirts of our swell window by early Wednesday morning. 

NOTE: There's a larger, secondary storm in the East Atlantic but it's way out of our swell window for swell production. 

Check out the 72 Hour Surf Forecast below for details

COACHING SCHEDULE Click here for details

LONG RANGE FORECAST 

LATE WEEK-WEEKEND Building Swell

With two massive storms in the Atlantic and another frontal system moving over NJ and into the Western Atlantic, we can expect even more swell but again, when/if will the wind cooperate?  Stay tuned. 

Check out the Long Range Forecast below for details

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TROPICAL UPDATE  

That's a wrap for the 2022 Hurricane Season.

Check out the Tropical Update below for the numbers.  

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Gradually building swell this week, but watching
for cooperative winds

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TUESDAY 6 DECEMBER 2022 

Storm Alert/Building Swell*

2ft+ ESE swell and building S windswell. Gradually strengthening/Sustained S wind and rain. S windswell gradually builds through the day. Most spots will see poor form. 

NOTE Rain and extreme high tide could create coastal and road flooding

(*See SWELL EVENT NOTES for details)

COACHING SCHEDULE Click here for details

Monmouth/Ocean County Thigh high+ SE/ESE combo swell with sustained, moderate sideshore (S) wind. Poor form at most spots but some of the longer, east-facing jetties could see surfable conditions at low tide. 

Atlantic/Cape May County 

East-facing spots: Thigh high+ SE/ESE combo swell. Sustained, moderate sideshore (S) wind. Poor form at most spots but some of the longer, east-facing jetties could see surfable conditions at low tide. 

South-facing spots: Knee to thigh high+ SE/ESE combo swell. Sustained onshore (S) wind. Poor form.

COACHING SCHEDULE Click here for details

*SWELL EVENT NOTES 

  • 24 hour Atlantic Forecast Map Click Here

  • SWELL 2ft+ ESE groundswell, building short-period S windswell early, builds to 3ft+ by early arvo

  • WIND Sustained, moderate SE/SSE wind

  • TIDE Extreme tides limit surfability. Check your Local Tide Chart for details.

  • WEATHER ADVISORY Sustained S wind, rain, road & coastal flooding likely

  • CONDITIONS ADVISORY Sustained S wind, building S windswell and  strengthening littoral current will create drifty conditions

  • CROWD ADVISORY N/A

  • BEST BOARD FOR TODAY N/A

 

WEDNESDAY 7 DECEMBER 2022

Storm Alert/Building Swell*

3-4ft+ ESE/SE combo swell. Sustained S wind. Poor form. Rain early. S windswell continues to build. 

NOTE Rain and extreme high tide could create coastal and road flooding

(*See SWELL EVENT NOTES for details)

COACHING SCHEDULE Click here for details

Monmouth/Ocean County 

Monmouth/North Ocean County: Waist-chest high ESE/SE combo swell. Sustained sideshore (SSW) wind. Poor form at most spots but some of the longer, east-facing jetties could see surfable conditions at low tide. 

Atlantic/Cape May County 

East-facing spots: Waist-chest high ESE/SE combo swell. Sustained sideshore (SSW) wind. Poor form. 

South-facing spots: Waist high+ ESE/SE combo swell. Sustained onshore (SSW) wind. Poor form. 

COACHING SCHEDULE Click here for details

*SWELL EVENT NOTES 

  • 48 hour Atlantic Forecast Map Click Here

  • SWELL 3-4ft ESE groundswell and building short-period S windswell.

  • WIND Moderate SSW wind early, turns S and lightens by late arvo

  • TIDE Tides will be a major factor. Check your Local Tide Chart for details.

  • WEATHER ADVISORY Sustained S wind, rain (early), coastal flooding likely at high tide

  • CONDITIONS ADVISORY Sustained S wind, building S windswell and  strengthening littoral current will create drifty conditions

  • CROWD ADVISORY N/A

  • BEST BOARD FOR TODAY N/A

THURSDAY 8 DECEMBER 2022 

SURF ALERT*

3-4ft+ E/SE/ESE combo swell with N/NNW wind. 

NOTE Setting up to be best at south-facing spots in Southern NJ

NOTE 2 There's still some uncertainty with this forecast now  and I will update the details as updated info becomes available 

(*See SWELL EVENT NOTES for details)

COACHING SCHEDULE Click here for details

Monmouth/Ocean County Waist-chest+ E/SE/ESE combo swell. Sustained, moderate sideshore (N) wind. Poor form. 

Atlantic/Cape May County 

East-facing spots: Waist-shoulder+ E/SE/ESE combo swell. Sustained sideshore (N) wind. Poor form. 

South-facing spots: Waist-chest+ E/SE/ESE combo swell. Moderate offshore (N) wind. Good form, but expect moderate-strong littoral current.  

COACHING SCHEDULE Click here for details

*SWELL EVENT NOTES 

 

LATE WEEK and WEEKEND

SURF ALERT

Swell continues to build but the wind forecast remains unclear. Stay tuned

Check out the LONG RANGE FORECAST below for details. [UNDER CONSTRUCTION]

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Multiple systems will create plenty of swell
this week and weekend

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.

 

SYNOPSIS

FORECAST

9-11 DECEMBER 2022

 

Currently watching a massive, developing storm that will stall on the outskirts of our swell window. Also watching another frontal system that's forecast to enter the Western Atlantic on Friday. 

96 Hour Atlantic Forecast Map

SEASONAL NOTES

Late Fall 2022

This season has delivered plenty of fun size surf, thanks to a favorable jet stream

THE X-FACTORS

The North Pacific is very active and feeding the jet stream with plenty of storms

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That's a wrap for the
2022 Hurricane Season

TROPICAL FORECAST

That's a wrap folks

Check out this LINK for a complete wrap-up of the 2022 Hurricane Season

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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

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