Pensacola Beach Surf Report

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Tuesday Surf Report 7/25/17

Surf today is flat. Winds are light, out of the W/NW. Water is murky in shore with lots of June grass. No much to report…. except it is beautiful on Pensacola Beach! Enjoy! This report is courtesy of Ronnie Tibbs, I’m in Daytona Beach, but I have not seen the surf, I’m surfing the super slab of I-95. 

By | Tuesday, July 25th, 2017|

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Monday Surf Report 7/24/17

Boys and girls keep your eyes on the beach cams, we could have a sneaker swell show up in the waist high range to play on today. It’s currently raining pretty hard out here at the beach, and we have SW winds blowing around 5 to 10 mph. I hope someone gets to surf today, while the rest of us have to work. Above Kaipo is always making the best of what the gulf serves us up, photo by John Russell from his archives. 

By | Monday, July 24th, 2017|

Wednesday Surf & Tropical Report 7/19/17

The surf is still running in the flat range on Pensacola Beach, but the SurfSmooth team is keeping our eyes on the tropics. Above is another great shot of YS4 shot by John Russell. Tropical Update for the North Atlantic – Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico – Wednesday 6 AM. Tropical Storm Don continues to churn West at 21 MPH with 40 MPH Winds and Gusts to 50 MPH. As noted in the earlier Tropical report -TS Don will encounter significant wind shear as it enters the Caribbean and could be downgraded to a Tropical Depression by Wednesday PM. Located at Latitude 11.7N and Longitude 60.0W we will continue to monitor it’s strength and movement just in case it survives the Caribbean’s High Wind Shear. There also is a Tropical Wave stretching from 10N39W to 04N39W moving west at 5 – 10 knots. Dry Air from the Saharan Desert will restrict this system to scattered showers for now; however, there may be some slight development over the next 5 day period so the Tropical Storm Team will keep an eye on this one too for you Surfriders…….BillSmooth reporting. 

By | Wednesday, July 19th, 2017|

Tuesday Surf Report 7/18/17

Surf this morning is flat. Skies are overcast with thunderstorms in the area and out over the gulf. Winds are light out of the NE. Water is semi-clear with some seaweed near shore. Beautiful morning on Pensacola Beach…no sneaker swell” so far. RonnieSmooth reporting. 

By | Tuesday, July 18th, 2017|
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