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Fri 7/3 |       Sat 7/4 |   Sun 7/5
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Report:

Friday, July 3rd
H  9:15am     L  3:15pm
82°       Rubber: skin it
@ 5:45am: calm   Later: SW>S>SE 5-10
Canaveral 2 mile (41113)  
  groundswell... ESE   1.8ft 8.3sec
  windswell... E   2.3ft 4.2sec
Ft Pierce 4 mile (41114)  
  groundswell... ENE   0.3ft 11.1sec
  windswell... ENE   1.3ft 8.3sec

5:45am DP Peek...
Seeing mostly thigh-high, semi-clean lines during my pre-dawn peek
Saw a freak waist-high set from a distant easterly groundswell 2ft 9sec.
Watch for winds to become southerly early today

Pier... thigh-high with semi-clean lines
should still be longboardable during high tide
   

PAFB-MelBch... mostly thigh-high down this way with a few bigger sets
not breaking very well during this morning's incoming tide
gotta find the better small wave, high tide sandbars

... check The Wavecaster's report for the latest info.
   

Bob's Ratings for this morning (DP only)...
CB Pier SB rating... 1    
CB Pier LB rating... 5  
PAFB-MelBch SB rating... 1  
PAFB-MelBch LB rating... 4  

Forecast ... small clean surf continues into the weekend   Freeman


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Learning to surf?
Have more fun! Many parks and Streets in Cocoa Beach and Cape Canaveral offer soft, fun waves ideal for learning and safety.
Novices should avoid the crowds and harder breaking waves at popularized spots such as 2nd Light, RCs and Sebastian Inlet.


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