We’ve been battling a series of storms that have broken off from Hurricane Sandy all the way in the Caribbean. They’ve brought a lot of moisture and with it unfavorable winds. This morning dawned with glassy seas and a solid 3 feet at 16 seconds of swell. Some left over morning sickness made the swell lines peaky with not a lot of shoulder (hence the photos of cutbacks!). It was still a lot of fun and if we can get our usual calm offshore flow tonight, tomorrow morning should be a whole lot better. Long range forecasts show the normal offshore wind pattern returning right on time around November 1. Hopefully the swell forecasts will start showing some promise as well.