Pensacola Beach Surf Report

Your daily surf report and surf forecast for Pensacola Beach, Florida and the Gulf of Mexico featuring pictures, 4K videos, and live streaming web cams.

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Tuesday Surf Report 8/23/16

Tuesday Sunrise Surf Report

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surf report says mostly cloudyIt’s another beautiful but waveless day in paradise. There are only traces of an ankle high swell that are certainly not rideable. Look for a slight increase in wave size beginning on Thursday. Small but longboardable waves will continue on Friday and Saturday. On Monday we will begin to see some shortboardable waves return from the ESE. Nothing huge but chest high is on tap for Monday and Tuesday.

Out in the Atlantic we are continuing to keep an eye on Invest 99-L as it head towards the Bahamas. Once it gets close to the Bahamas the steering currents are weak so it is still possible that it could get into the Gulf of Mexico. There is a hurricane hunter plane headed to investigate it now so we will know more once we receive the latest data… Find our more HERE.

By | Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016|

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Monday Surf Report 8/22/16

Monday Surf Report Slide Show

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Early Morning Surf Report

Surf report says partly cloudy at Pensacola BeachToday’s surf report reveals winds that are totally calm but there are no rideable waves to ride right now. There will be an increase in waves height into the surfable range starting on Thursday and Friday. Early next week looks good for even bigger waves. We continue to keep an eye on Invest 99L in the Atlantic just in case it continues to head towards the Gulf. …FIND OUT MORE

By | Monday, August 22nd, 2016|

Sunday Surf Report 8/21/16

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Morning Surf Report

Surf report says partly cloudy at Pensacola BeachSurf Report: There are no rideable waves today and none are expected. The Pensacola Buoy is 1 ft @ 5 sec from the south. Water Temp: 83° Tides: NEAP. Pensacola Beach Weather: Today will be partly cloudy. High 86F. Winds WSW at 10 to 15 mph.

Surf Smooth Surf Forecast

We have a weak cold front approaching our area but it will stall out as it gets close to us. No surf is expected from this front. A high pressure will strengthen over the east coast later this week and will ridge into the northern Gulf keeping the surf minimal.

We are keeping an eye on Invest 99-L in the Atlantic. It is gradually becoming better defined and is expected to move into the Caribbean. We will monitor it for the potential to move into the Gulf of Mexico… READ MORE.

By | Sunday, August 21st, 2016|

Saturday Surf Report 8/20/16

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Surf Report Live Stand Cam

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Morning Surf Report

Surf report says partly cloudy at Pensacola BeachSurf Report: The Pensacola Buoy is 1 ft @ 6 sec from the south. Another great Pensacola Beach weekend is ahead but there are no surfable waves today and none are expected any time soon. Water Temp: 83° Tides: NEAP  Pensacola Beach Weather: Today will be partly cloudy. High 86F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph.

Surf Smooth Surf Forecast

A high pressure will remain over the northern Gulf through the weekend bringing nothing but flatness.  A weak cold front approaches Sunday night and will stall along the coast. Nothing but 1-ft-or-less for you immediate future. Our only ray of hope is that Invest 99-L is in the Eastern Atlantic and very well may head into the Caribbean so we are keeping an eye on it for future surf possibilities. Find out more HERE.

By | Saturday, August 20th, 2016|
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