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Checking the morning weather prophecies....

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Invest 96L looks like a promising fish storm. East coast surf may pick up with this one: 

 

Invest 96L GFS Ensemble Tracks

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What’s a fish storm?

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Disappointed. Thought this was about the end of the world which, I think, happened last night with the black moon. You got to love 'em haven't you? 🤣

Actually, I heard that it was only on the other side of the pond, that we in UK would escape it - the moon, that is.

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4 hours ago, TABA said:

What’s a fish storm?

 

Weather Channel speak for a tropical cyclones that don't make landfall. But as weather prophecies go, the models generally change throughout the day and from day to day as they try and hone in on where the cyclone will go. So as we get closer it may not be a fish storm. I just have to keep checking the prophecies day to day.....

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Got your surfboard ready?  

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Oh yeah!!!! It's the beginning of surf season in the Atlantic. Hurricane season then fall and winter is when we get our swell making storm systems. 

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10 hours ago, Joshpantera said:

It's the beginning of surf season in the Atlantic.

There is surf in the Atlantic?? (I'm a West Coast guy...  :lol:)

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9 minutes ago, older said:

There is surf in the Atlantic?? (I'm a West Coast guy...  :lol:)

 

There's surf in the Gulf, too....

 

 

The inlet at Panama City roughs up from time to time. But you have to be right on top of the weather prophecies to catch it! 

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