(Weather Guru)
Thu Sep 17 2020 11:39 AM
Early season Nor'easter

The pressure gradient (near 70mb!!) between the high pressure ridge building along the eastern seaboard and Hurricane Teddy re-curving near Bermuda early next week will combine to produce a "Nor'easter-cane" coastal erosion event with large swell off Florida's east coast (north of the Cape) in excess of 20' combined with several days of 20-30 mph northeast winds:
The beach in front of the continuous sea wall where near the Sun Glow pier in Daytona Beach Shores is absent of any dune system, and it will be extremely vulnerable during this event as it did not recover much sand following Dorian and last fall/winter's nor'easters.

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