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oh-oh wx.
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all you that do not like freezing temps.

we only get them about once every 20 years..

so come on down to SE Florida!
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Well we missed the snow but it is gray and cold.
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Costa Rica is suppose to be the hip cheap place now......after this snow day I'm ready to bail also. BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
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Time for me to go further SOUTH. Wonder if land is cheap in Brazil? LOL
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hey crab!..pls go turn off the water and turn on some heat or just keep this darn mess in MS!..lol
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1174. surfmom
Glad your feelin' better....
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Tuesday 7am update SURF ALERT A couple changes in the latest forecast. The storm will move a little quicker than previously thought so now we're looking at Thursday being the day for swell and Friday will be small lefotvers. There is a chance winds could lighten up during the day on Thursday so we could get a clean up with solid swell. All theses changes seems to be in response to a second low pressure to follow on the tail of the Wednesday Night storm. We could actually get some fun surf again this weekend as a 2nd front moves through rapidly on Saturday. Quick change WX sytems. Stayed tuned for El Niño 101. Looking solid but subject to change: Wednesday: Rapidly building S swell chest high at best S facers and choppy. Thursday: WSW swell at chest high early, fadeing and cleaning up slowly. Friday: Knee to thigh high and glassy leftovers. Saturday: NW windswell coming up, waist to chest high late. Sunday am: waist high and glassy leftovers with offshore winds.

GULFSTER Tuesday December 1st. - Good Morning Westside, today we prepare for the wave event about to unfold over the next few days. The forecast is still holding true , but have added a couple of variables to the mix. How these small variables effect our swell are still up in the air, but one thing we can all agree on is there will be surf in the Gulf this week and possibly over the weekend. Today we have light fog on the beach with no wind at report time. Wind to start up from the SE later today and continue to increase tonight and switch more onshore tomorrow. Surf to quickly build over the course of the day on Wednesday with Storms forecasted for Wed. night. ( in my best Michael Buffer voice)... "Let's- get- ready- to- R-U-M-B-L-E"
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Where you at, dude?
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