Author: Bob Freeman

SURF REPORT: Bigger Set Waves Likely From Patrick AFB Through Melbourne Beach

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.

Bob Freeman’s Memorial Weekend Surf Report June 9-10

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.

SURF REPORT: Thigh to Waist-high Range, Fun Clean Lines From Offshore Breeze

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.