Waves this morning are running in the knee- to thigh-high range with bumpy conditions from an onshore wind.
Saturday, waves this morning are running in the thigh- to waist-high range with semi-clean, but windy and drifty conditions from an early south wind.
Surfers will find about 1- to 3-foot waves in breezy conditions this weekend
Waves this morning are running in the thigh- to waist-high range with semi-clean conditions early from a northwesterly wind. Late morning winds from the northeast will produce more bumpy conditions.
Waves in the morning are running in the thigh- to waist-high range with semi-clean conditions early from an early northwesterly wind.
Waves in the 3- to 5-foot area this weekend in Brevard
Thigh- to waist-high range surf expected this weekend
Waves this morning are looking small but fun for surfing on longboards. Semi-clean surface conditions from early morning’s light Northerly breeze, lower tide and thigh-high waves will combine to produce the best surf of the day.
Small, but fun waves in store this weekend in Brevard
Waves this Saturday morning will be running in the thigh- to waist-high range with semi-bumpy lines from an early easterly breeze. On Sunday, waves will remain in the mostly waist-high range with semi-bumpy conditions again from an easterly breeze. Bigger waves are possible again along Brevard’s southernmost surf spots.
Brevard surfers should have decent waves this weekend
Where the best waves in Brevard are this weekend
Wave conditions this weekend will be 0-1 feet in most places in Brevard
Waves this morning are running in the thigh- to waist-high range with bumpy conditions from a steady southeasterly wind. Bigger waves are running in the Satellite Beach area.
Waves will be in the 2- to 3-foot range this weekend
Thigh-high waves and clean conditions, with bigger sets at some breaks on Sunday.
Waves will be about 2 to 3 feet this weekend with fun waves
Saturday – This morning’s waves are looking mostly unrideable along Brevard’s beaches. Surf heights are averaging only knee-high with weak lines. Incoming high tide will prevent most small waves from breaking.
Our preview of summertime ocean doldrums continues this weekend. Lack of measurable groundswell is leaving us with mostly unrideable surf along our local beaches. Waves are running in the shin- to knee-high range with clean surface conditions from an early offshore breeze. I am seeing more wave energy along New Smyrna’s beaches with rideable longboard waves in the knee- to sometimes thigh-high range.
Saturday: Wave heights are running in the thigh- to waist-high+ range with fun clean lines from an early offshore breeze. Watch for SE winds by mid-day. Sunday: I believe surf will decrease into the thigh-high range with semi-clean conditions early from a light southwesterly breeze. Cocoa Beach ocean temperatures now average 68 degrees.