Pensacola Beach Surf Report

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Saturday Surf Report 9/16/17

Saturday morning surf report. The surf this morning is shin to knee high (1-2ft) and semi-glassy. The tide is causing the surf to break near shore. Wind is very light out of the east. Water and skies are clear. On the right sandbar or when the tides changes, it might be “longboard fun”! Great day to enjoy the beach! Ronnie Tibbs reporting live from beautiful Pensacola Beach. 

By | Saturday, September 16th, 2017|

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Monday Surf Report 9/11/17

Monday morning surf report. Surf is knee to thigh high, with a few lingering larger sets. The surf is struggling with the strong offshore wind at 20-25 mph. Water is warm and murky. Air is a bit nippy this morning. All in all great day on Pensacola Beach…compared to some parts of the state! Fall is in the air fellows… and that usually means surf! Prayers for our fellow wave riders to the east and south! Also let us not forget the distruction that took place on this day in our country so long ago where many many people lost their lives for what? The below shot was taken by Ronnie Tibbs as he was leaving our beautiful beach, these Southern Company trucks are staged to go to South Florida to assist with restoring some 5 million people’s power. Please keep Kendal Roose and everyone in your prayers today, as we all are struggling with our on difficulties. The top photo is courtesy of Art Mead. The surf report is courtesy of Ronnie Tibbs. 

By | Monday, September 11th, 2017|

Saturday Morning Surf Report 9/9/17

Saturday morning surf report. Surf is about waist to rib high (2-3ft) with a strong east longshore current. Wind to gusty out of the E/NE at 12-18 mph. Skies and water is clear. Signs of a ground swell are definitely on the horizon. “Storm is raging.. it’s just a shot away”-The Rolling Stones-Gimme Shelter. Ronnie Tibbs reporting live from Pensacola Beach. Top photo courtesy of Ronnie Tibbs, bottom photo courtesy of Lee Magaha. 

By | Saturday, September 9th, 2017|

Friday Hurricane Irma Surf Report 9/8/17

Tropical Update for the North Atlantic – Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico Friday 6 AM CST : 
The NHC continues to issue Hurricane Advisories and Warnings on Cat 5 Hurricane Irma. 

Florida’s Governor Rick Scott has issued mandatory “Evacuation Orders” for the Keys including Dade and Broward Counties in South Florida. Also, over 7,000 National Guardsmen have been activated in addition to many, many Storm teams staging for rescue and recovery. I spoke to friends and relatives in both Central and South Florida who are reporting lack of fuel and water in most areas. The Florida Turnpike and I-75 Northbound is bumper to bumper as Evacuations are well underway and continue round the clock. I spoke to some friends in Orlando who are considering evacuating to Pensacola, yet are unsure if they can make the trip with current available fuel supplies.
Irma is moving WNW at 16 MPH with winds in excess of 165 MPH and is currently located at approximately 21N and 72W tracking toward the Bahamas and South Florida. This is a extremely dangerous CAT 5 Hurricane. 
Our Swell Models for our beaches are now lining up for good Weekend Waves waist to chest high and offshore winds. 

Our thoughts and prayers are with all our Friends in the Florida Peninsula. ..stay safe.

BillSmooth Reporting.😎 

By | Friday, September 8th, 2017|
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