Surf Report

Report for September 24, 2017

Gary’s Words for the Day

Head High, Wind Dependent

I checked the surf in Ocean Sands! Wave height is neck high with hardly any on-shore wind. Corolla (at the 9:00AM posting) has an incoming tide. Our recommendation is to look at the outside break. This am the paddle would not be that difficult. We are still watching the wind and predicting it might increase in the afternoon. Maria’s swell will peak Wednesday evening with double overhead waves. Corolla Beach Rescue continues to post “Red Flag” due to strong surf and currents: NOTE: WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO DO SURF LESSONS BUT ARE GLAD TO GIVE YOU STAND UP PADDLE BOARD LESSONS AND ECO TOURS. GARY, COROLLA SURF SHOP

High Tide: 10:55 AM
Low Tide: 5:21 PM
Water Temp: 76°F
Air Temp: 80°F
Wind’s out of the: NE
Wind Speed: am wind: 10 MPH IN THE AM BUT WILL INCREASE AND STAY ON SHORE THROUGH THURSDAY
Swell’s out of the: E