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Surf report: March 1, 2007

Thursday should see the last of the Gulf swell duo with surf expected to run head-high at most westfacing breaks for the very early AM sessions. Size will be diminishing throughout the day with size only waist-high or so by nightfall.

Friday should be a much smaller day with surf dropping dramatically to knee to waist. Winds are expected to turn somewhat northerly - a transition day to what appears to be an offshore event this weekend.

Saturday and Sunday look even smaller: ankle-high by the looks of things today.

Monday is looking weak and small, but models feel an ever-so-slight swath of southern hemi SW will help south-facing breaks get above the ankle-high range for some knee-high sets at times. Still, it’s looking like a “bring your biggest board to the beach” day.

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Tuesday we should see an increase in NW swell, but at this point, we’re not getting too excited about this next swell.

  • Source: www.wetsand.com