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WaveCast NorthNewEngland
4-23-2018 4:45 AM

Swell 8-Day Forecast
Data as of 4/23/2018, 4:45 AM
4/22/2018 8:00 AM - 4/30/2018 0:00 AM

4/22/20184/23/20184/24/20184/25/20184/26/20184/27/20184/28/20184/29/20184/30/2018
Dir: 0
Max: 0-0
Prd: 0
Dir: 141
Max: 0-1
Prd: 8
Dir: 199
Max: 1-2
Prd: 5
Dir: 160
Max: 6-7
Prd: 8
Dir: 163
Max: 8-10
Prd: 10
Dir: 149
Max: 5-6
Prd: 10
Dir: 150
Max: 2-3
Prd: 8
Dir: 166
Max: 2-3
Prd: 7
Dir: 135
Max: 1-2
Prd: 8


Forecast Based on WaveWatchIII Data Courtesy NOAA/NWS/NCEP Ocean Modeling Branch

Sunday, April the 22nd: No signifcant Swell is expected. .

Monday, April the 23rd: Our call is for an increase in Swell energy compared to yesterday. Swell will be coming in from 141 degrees with 0 to 1 foot surf with 8 second periods.

Tuesday, April the 24th: We're expecting an increase in Swell energy. Swell will be coming in from 199 degrees with 1 to 2 foot surf with 5 second periods.

Wednesday, April the 25th: Our call is for an increase in Swell energy compared to yesterday. Swell will be coming in from 160 degrees with 6 to 7 foot surf with 8 second periods.

Thursday, April the 26th: We're expecting an increase in Swell energy. Swell will be coming in from 163 degrees with 8 to 10 foot surf with 10 second periods.

Friday, April the 27th: Look for a decrease in Swell energy from yesterday. Swell will be coming in from 149 degrees with 5 to 6 foot surf with 10 second periods.

Saturday, April the 28th: We're expecting a decrease in Swell energy. Swell will be coming in from 150 degrees with 2 to 3 foot surf with 8 second periods.

Sunday, April the 29th: Swell energy is looking similar to yesterday. Swell will be coming in from 166 degrees with 2 to 3 foot surf with 7 second periods.

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