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2 to 10 feet
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1.0-2.0 m- ankle to knee high
Weather: SW 5-7kts
Want to get more waves? The best board for today: Gnaraloo Fatty
Micro waves continue today for the region. Not much size to the surf overall. Best bet will be longboards or small wave magnets.
One year later Sandy is remembered for different reasons. An historic event, the forecast team breaks down the swell generated from the storm here.
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WATER TEMP: 61-66° F
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