Surf Report

TODAY'S RI SURF REPORT

WAVE HEIGHT

10.8ft

SWELL DIRECTION

SE 141.0°

DOMINANT PERIOD

11.0 Seconds

WIND SPEED

30mph

WIND DIRECTION

N 10.0°

TIDES

Next High + 2.4ft @ 12:50am

SURF REPORT SUMMARY

Reporter: Nick H

Updated: 26, October, 2021 @ 10:18

Current Observation

Building surf today as a Nor'easter bears down on Rhody. Surf is messy in the waist to chest high range thanks to heavy east/northeast winds. Blowing 20-25 knots and gusting 35+. Best bet is to look for a sheltered break this afternoon as swell continues to build


Best bet over next few days: This PM

Water Temperature: 65 Degrees

Wetsuit needed: 3/2 Wetsuit

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SURF OUTLOOK

3-Day Surf Forecast for Rhode Island


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27

3 feet AM / Strong north winds

Southeast swell from our little nor'easter continues, waves sticking around the waist to stomach high mark. Winds still blowing pretty hard, but should go a bit more north as the storm continues pushing east. That should clean things up a bit for south facers. Swell drops over the course of the day as swell direction turns NE


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28

1-2 feet AM / Lighter NNE winds

Surf drops further into Thursday with waves sticking around knee to thigh high in the morning and dropping further throughout the day. Could be some fun little waves for the logs


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29

2-3 feet / Northeast Winds

Small reinforcing SE swell/windswell mix expected to round out the week. Waves around knee to waist high at the better tides. Should see some loggin' waves around. Northeast winds continue


FURTHER OUT

Messy surf this week - but better than flat! Going to have to look around for waves

Expecting another windswell to develop late week /into the weekend as another storm system approaches from the west.

Models are leaning towards a weaker storm than intitially expected, but still worth keeping an eye on for surf Saturday.

The longer range isn't looking so hot, so take advantage of any/all surf while the waters still toasty!