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Loc: One block off the Atlantic Oce...
Sub-tropical Storm Owen?
      #114526 - Tue Dec 06 2022 01:22 PM

Whether or not the large low gets a name, models indicate it will significantly intensify (GFS: sub 950mb) late in the week into the weekend, sending a long period (15 second) ENE ground swell toward Florida's east coast north of the Cape. Full moon tides will be highest just ahead of the swell' arrival, but I still anticipate some additional erosion for unprotected and damaged areas in central Volusia given the battered beaches from Daytona south to Wilbur BTS

Large low in central Atlantic

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