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Surf Report - Hancock and Sand Beach ME

  • Coastal Hancock and Sand Beach Maine Surf Report for 06-23-2024

    23 GIU 2024 · Hey there beachgoers! Ready to catch some waves and soak up the sun? Let's dive into the surf zone forecast for Coastal Hancock and Coastal Washington! Starting off with Coastal Hancock at Sand Beach, today we're looking at some fun waves around 2 feet high. The rip current risk is low, so you can surf with ease. Just be prepared for cloudy skies, areas of fog, and some rain. The water temperature is a refreshing 52 degrees. Tomorrow, expect the surf to pick up to 4 to 5 feet with a mix of sun and fog. And guess what? No thunderstorm risk in sight! So, get ready for a fantastic day out on the water! Over in Coastal Washington at Roque Bluffs, the waves today are around 1 foot, building up to 2 feet in the afternoon. The rip current risk is also low, but keep an eye out for isolated thunderstorms. The water temperature is a chilly 49 degrees, so make sure to gear up accordingly. Tomorrow, surf heights will be 2 to 3 feet, with showers likely and patchy fog. But hey, no thunderstorm risk, so it's all good vibes on the beach! As we look ahead to the week, expect some solid surf heights and varying weather conditions. From mostly sunny days to a chance of showers, there's plenty of opportunities to hit the waves and enjoy the beach life. Remember to check the full details on thunderstorm, waterspout, and UV risks at the link provided to stay safe and informed. Ride those waves, stay safe, and have a blast out there, surfers! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Coastal Hancock and Sand Beach Maine Surf Report for 06-22-2024

    22 GIU 2024 · Hey there, beach lovers! Ready to catch some waves and soak up the sun? Well, here's your surf zone forecast for the Coastal Hancock area in Maine! Today, we're looking at some mellow conditions with around 1 foot of surf and a low rip current risk. The water temperature is a cool 52 degrees, so keep that wetsuit handy! Expect cloudy skies, patchy fog, and maybe some rain throughout the day. Highs will reach the lower 60s with light southeast winds around 5 miles per hour. Moving on to Sunday, the surf bumps up slightly to around 2 feet with a limited thunderstorm risk. Cloudy skies, fog, and rain are still in the forecast, with highs in the mid 60s. Winds will shift from east to south at around 10 miles per hour. Looking ahead to Monday, get ready for some fun waves with heights of 4 to 5 feet, along with mostly cloudy skies and more rain likely. Highs will be in the mid 60s with southwest winds around 10 miles per hour. So, grab your boards and enjoy the surf out there! Remember to stay safe, watch out for rip currents, and always have a blast riding those waves. This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Coastal Hancock and Sand Beach Maine Surf Report for 06-21-2024

    21 GIU 2024 · Hey there beachgoers, this is your go-to surf forecast for the Sand Beach area in Maine! Today, we're looking at some chill vibes with a low rip current risk and waves cruising around 2 feet. The sun will peek out later, so get ready for some vitamin "sea"! Just a heads up, the UV index is on the low side, but the water is a bit brisk at 51 degrees - so maybe leave the surfing for the hardcore enthusiasts today. For tomorrow, expect the surf to mellow out to around 1 foot while rain tries to join the party, so pack your rain gear along with your sunscreen. As we roll into Sunday, the surf will pick back up to 2 feet with cloudy skies and a chance of rain, but hey, that's just more water to play in, right? Looking ahead to Monday, the waves will be pumping at 3 to 5 feet, but keep an eye out for rain and maybe even a rumble of thunder. It's all about that swell life! And for Tuesday, we're back to around 3 feet of surf under partly sunny skies with a chance of showers - your typical day of wave hunting. For the Roque Bluffs area in Maine, similar vibes with 1-foot waves today, peaking at 2 feet on Sunday. Rain, fog, and maybe a thunderstorm on Monday, so keep an eye on the horizon. Remember, keep an eye out for those sneaky rip currents near groins and piers, and check out our link for more info on thunderstorms, waterspouts, and UV safety. Catch you next time on the waves! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Coastal Hancock and Sand Beach Maine Surf Report for 06-20-2024

    20 GIU 2024 · Hey there, beachgoers! Ready to catch that swell today in Coastal Hancock, ME? Here's the scoop on today's surf forecast: For the rest of today, we've got a low rip current risk, with the surf kicking off around 1 foot and building up to about 2 feet in the afternoon. Keep an eye out for scattered showers and a slightly elevated risk of thunderstorms. The UV index is very high today, so make sure to lather up that sunscreen. Water temperatures around 51 degrees might sound brisk, but hey, we all know you're tough cookies out there. High temps will be in the mid-70s with southwest winds around 10 miles per hour. Moving on to Friday, the rip current risk remains low, with the surf around 2 feet before subsiding to 1 foot in the afternoon. No thunderstorm risk on the horizon, just some partly sunny weather with high temps in the upper 60s. Grab your boards and get ready for some fun surf sessions! And looking ahead to Saturday through Monday, we're seeing varying surf heights and weather conditions. Saturday brings around 1 foot of surf, with mostly cloudy skies and possible showers. Sunday could see surf heights of 2 to 3 feet with rain likely and a slight chance of thunderstorms. Monday steps it up a bit with 3 to 4 feet of surf amidst cloudy, rainy conditions. Remember, always be mindful of rip currents - even with a low risk, they can surprise you. And if you want more details on thunderstorm, waterspout, and UV definitions, check out the link provided. So there you have it, surfers! Get ready to ride those waves and make the most of the swell while staying safe out there. This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Coastal Hancock and Sand Beach Maine Surf Report for 06-20-2024

    20 GIU 2024 · Hey there beachgoers! Ready to catch some waves? Let's dive into the surf zone forecast for the Coastal Hancock area in ME! Today, we are looking at a low rip current risk, with the surf around 1 foot but increasing to about 2 feet in the afternoon. Keep an eye out for scattered showers and some thunderstorm potential. The UV index is very high, so don't forget your sunscreen! The water temperature is 51 degrees, so stay warm out there. High temperatures will be in the mid-70s with southwest winds at around 10 miles per hour. Tides are showing a high at 9.7 feet in the morning and a low at 1.7 feet in the afternoon at Sand Beach. Heading into Friday, the rip current risk remains low with surf around 2 feet, dropping to 1 foot later. No thunderstorm risk tomorrow, just some partly sunny weather with highs in the upper 60s. Expect northeast winds at 10 miles per hour, shifting to southeast later in the day. Tides at Sand Beach will see a high of 9.9 feet in the morning and a low of 1.6 feet in the afternoon. Looking ahead to the weekend, Saturday brings around 1-foot surf, mostly cloudy skies, and a chance of showers with highs in the lower 60s. Sunday sees the surf picking up to 2-3 feet with cloudy conditions and rain likely, plus a slight chance of thunderstorms. Highs will be in the lower 60s. Monday is looking a bit more exciting with 3-4 feet of surf, cloudy skies, and rain continuing with highs in the mid-60s and southwest winds at around 15 miles per hour. Remember to check out the full details on rip current risks and other definitions at the provided link. Stay safe and have a fantastic time catching those waves! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Coastal Hancock and Sand Beach Maine Surf Report for 06-19-2024

    19 GIU 2024 · Hey there beachgoers! Ready for some fun in the sun? Let's dive into the surf forecast for the Coastal Hancock area, including Sand Beach. Today, the rip current risk is low, so you can catch some waves with peace of mind. The surf is around 2 feet high, and the UV index is very high, so don't forget that sunscreen! The water temperature is a refreshing 51 degrees, perfect for a quick dip. Expect mostly sunny skies with a high around 70 degrees. The winds will be coming from the Southwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. Tomorrow, the rip current risk remains low, with the surf height ranging from 2 to 3 feet, dropping to around 1 foot later in the day. Keep an eye out for thunderstorms though, as the risk is elevated. The weather will be partly sunny with a chance of fog and showers, and possibly some thunderstorms. Highs will be in the upper 70s with Southwest winds at 10 to 15 mph. As we head into the weekend, expect smaller surf heights, ranging from 1 to 2 feet, with a mix of sun and clouds. Temperatures will be in the 60s and 70s, with light winds coming from various directions. Over in Coastal Washington, including Roque Bluffs, similar conditions are expected with lower surf heights but still plenty of fun to be had by the sea. Remember, always check the local rip current risk and be aware of any changing weather conditions while you're out enjoying the waves. Stay safe and have a blast out there, surfers! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Coastal Hancock and Sand Beach Maine Surf Report for 06-18-2024

    18 GIU 2024 · Hey there surfers and beachgoers! It's time for your daily dose of surf zone forecast fun, brought to you by the National Weather Service in Caribou, ME! Let's dive into the waves together and see what's in store for Sand Beach and Roque Bluffs. Today at Sand Beach, expect a low rip current risk with 2 to 3 feet waves. No thunderstorms in sight, so you're safe to catch some waves! The UV index is very high, so don't forget that sunscreen. Water temperature is a cool 51 degrees, so be cautious. It'll be partly sunny with temps in the upper 60s and south winds at 5 to 10 mph. Now, for Juneteenth, waves will be around 2 feet, dropping to 1 foot later in the day. Still a low rip current risk, with mostly sunny skies and some fog around. Highs will be in the lower 70s with southwest winds blowing at 10 to 15 mph. Looking ahead, the surf will be around 1 foot on Thursday with mostly sunny conditions and a chance of fog. Highs in the mid 70s with southwest winds. Friday and Saturday expect similar conditions with a slight chance of showers. Over at Roque Bluffs, similar low rip current risks and 2 feet waves today. The UV index is very high, and water temperature is 49 degrees, so be cautious when diving in. Partly sunny skies with temps in the lower 60s and south winds around 5 mph. For Juneteenth at Roque Bluffs, waves around 2 feet, mostly sunny with fog patches, and highs in the upper 60s. Southwest winds at 5 to 10 mph. On Thursday, expect 2 feet waves, mostly sunny conditions, and a slight chance of showers with highs in the lower 70s. Friday and Saturday, similar conditions with a chance of showers. Remember to always check the rip current risk before hitting the waves and stay safe out there! And don't forget your sunscreen and a good wetsuit for those chilly waters. This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Coastal Hancock and Sand Beach Maine Surf Report for 06-17-2024

    17 GIU 2024 · Ahoy surfers and beachgoers! Hang ten and listen up for your Coastal Hancock and Coastal Washington surf zone forecast straight from the National Weather Service Caribou, Maine. Let's dive into the waves for today at Sand Beach in Coastal Hancock. We're looking at around 3 feet of surf with a low rip current risk. No thunderstorms to worry about, just mostly cloudy skies. The UV index is moderate, so don't forget your sunscreen. The water temperature is a refreshing 50 degrees. Highs will be in the lower 60s with southwest winds at 10 to 15 miles per hour. And don't miss those high and low tides – they might affect your beach day plans! Tomorrow, the surf will be 2 to 3 feet with similar weather conditions but a tad warmer in the upper 60s. And for Juneteenth and the days following, expect some consistent 2 to 3 feet surf heights, mostly sunny skies, and temps in the 70s. Now shifting over to Roque Bluffs in Coastal Washington, the surf is around 2 feet today with a low rip current risk and a water temperature of 48 degrees. Expect mostly cloudy skies, mid-50s temps, and southwest winds at 10 miles per hour. High and low tides are crucial to keep track of as well. Tomorrow, similar conditions continue with 2 to 3 feet of surf and a warming trend in the lower 60s. For Juneteenth and beyond, expect sunny skies, 2 to 3 feet waves, and temperatures in the 70s. Remember, always keep an eye out for rip currents, especially around groins, jetties, reefs, and piers. And stay informed about thunderstorm risks and UV index guidelines for sun safety. So grab your boards, hit the waves, and ride those swells, my fellow ocean enthusiasts! And as we wrap up this forecast, remember: stay safe, have fun, and respect the sea. This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Coastal Hancock and Sand Beach Maine Surf Report for 06-16-2024

    16 GIU 2024 · Hey there, beach lovers! Are you ready for the latest surf zone forecast for Coastal Hancock and Coastal Washington in Maine? Let's dive in and catch some waves! For Coastal Hancock, here's what's in store for today - we've got a low risk of rip currents with surf heights at 3 to 4 feet. There's no thunderstorm risk, so you can enjoy the sunny weather with a very high UV index. The water temperature is around 50 degrees, so make sure to stay warm! Expect north winds in the morning, switching to southwest in the afternoon. Moving on to tomorrow, the rip current risk remains low with surf heights decreasing to 2 to 3 feet. The weather will be mostly cloudy with temperatures in the lower 60s. Southwest winds will pick up as well. So get ready for a slightly different beach day experience! Over at Coastal Washington, things are looking pretty similar. Today, anticipate a low rip current risk, with surf at 2 to 3 feet. Don't worry about thunderstorms, and bask in the sunny weather and very high UV index. The water temperature is around 49 degrees, so stay safe in these chilly waters. Northwest winds in the morning will shift to southwest in the afternoon. Tomorrow brings another day of low rip current risk, with surf around 2 feet. Expect mostly cloudy weather and temperatures around 60 degrees. Southwest winds around 10 to 15 mph will greet you at Roque Bluffs beach. As we look ahead to Tuesday and Juneteenth, surf heights will range from 1 to 3 feet with sunny to partly sunny conditions. Fingers crossed for some great beach days ahead! And remember, always check the rip current risk before taking a dip! So, surfers and beachgoers, get your boards ready and enjoy the waves at Coastal Hancock and Coastal Washington in Maine. Just a gentle reminder - stay safe and cherish each moment by the sea! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Coastal Hancock and Sand Beach Maine Surf Report for 06-15-2024

    15 GIU 2024 · Hey there beach lovers! Ready for a surf zone forecast for the Coastal Hancock area in ME? Let's dive in! Today, we're looking at a surf height of 2 to 3 feet with a low rip current risk. Keep an eye out for mostly cloudy skies early on, transitioning to sunshine later. Temperature-wise, expect highs in the upper 60s with north winds cruising around 10 miles per hour. Tomorrow, the surf stays consistent at 2 to 3 feet with sunny weather on the horizon. Highs will be in the mid-60s with winds shifting from northwest to southwest in the afternoon. Heading into Monday, the surf will mellow out around 1 foot with a chance of showers under mostly cloudy skies and highs in the lower 60s. Winds will be coming in from the southwest at about 10 miles per hour. And remember, safety first out there! The UV index is high, so make sure to protect your skin. Also, keep an eye on those rip currents, even with the low risk! Now let's move on to the Coastal Washington area, with similar surf conditions around 2 feet today under mostly cloudy skies. Tomorrow, expect the surf to stick around 2 to 3 feet with sunny weather and highs in the lower 60s. Monday brings a rise in surf height to around 2 feet, alongside a chance of showers and highs in the upper 50s. Tuesday sees the surf climbing to 3 to 4 feet with partly sunny conditions and highs in the lower 60s. And don't forget about safety in the water! With those chilly temperatures, make sure you're prepared to stay warm and safe while catching those waves. This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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Welcome to "Surf Report - Coastal Caribou Maine," your daily source for the latest surf conditions along the stunning coastline of Caribou, Maine. Whether you're a seasoned surfer or just...

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Welcome to "Surf Report - Coastal Caribou Maine," your daily source for the latest surf conditions along the stunning coastline of Caribou, Maine. Whether you're a seasoned surfer or just starting out, our podcast provides real-time updates on wave heights, tides, wind conditions, and water temperatures to ensure you catch the perfect wave every time. Tune in for expert insights, local surf news, and tips from Caribou's best surfers. Don't miss our special segments on surf gear reviews, safety tips, and interviews with local surf legends. Subscribe now and stay ahead of the waves.

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