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Surf Report - New Hampshire - South ME

  • Maine and New Hampshire beaches Surf Report for 06-12-2024

    12 GIU 2024 · Ahoy there, surfers and beachgoers! It's time for your daily dose of wave wisdom brought to you by the National Weather Service in Maine. Let's dive into the surf zone forecast for some stellar spots along the coast. Starting off at Coastal Rockingham in New Hampshire - today, expect mostly sunny skies with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. The UV index is high, so slap on that sunscreen! Surf height is around 1 foot, perfect for a mellow ride. Highs in the upper 60s with light winds becoming southeast at 5 mph. Tides are in your favor with a low risk of rip currents. Moving on to Coastal York, ME - it's another day of sunshine with a chance of showers. The UV index remains moderate. Surf height around 2 feet means some fun waves to catch. High temperatures in the mid-60s with a light breeze. Keep an eye out for low rip current risks - safety first, folks! In Coastal Cumberland, expect partly sunny skies with a moderate chance of showers and thunderstorms. Surf height around 2 feet with water temperature at 55 degrees. Highs in the upper 60s, making it a great day to hit the waves. Remember, the rip current risk is low, but always stay vigilant near structures. Sagadahoc is calling with patchy fog and a slight chance of showers. Surf around 2 feet with water temp at 54 degrees. Highs in the mid-60s, so layer up for those cooler ocean breezes. Keep an eye out for low rip current risks in the area. Lastly, we have Knox with partly sunny skies, patchy dense fog, and a low chance of showers and thunderstorms. Surf height around 2 feet with water temp at 52 degrees. Highs are in the lower 60s - a bit cooler, but still great for a surf session. Watch out for those low rip current risks near Birch Point. Remember, folks, always check the local beach patrols and have a flotation device handy. Stay safe out there and catch 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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  • Maine and New Hampshire beaches Surf Report for 06-12-2024

    12 GIU 2024 · Ahoy, surfers and beachgoers! Hang loose as we dive into the latest surf zone forecast for our Maine coastal playground. Starting off with today — we're looking at mostly sunny skies with just a sprinkle of a chance for showers and thunderstorms. The UV index is high, so don't forget that sunscreen! Temperatures will be in the upper 60s with light and variable winds, shifting to a gentle southeast breeze. Surf height is a mellow 1 foot, and the water temperature is a brisk 59 degrees. Watch out for low rip current risk today. As we roll into Thursday, expect sunny skies, no chance of thunderstorms, and temps in the mid-70s. Winds will be coming in from the southwest and surf height around 2 feet. Keep an eye out for low rip current risk still. Moving on to Friday, we'll see the surf height picking up to around 3 feet with a mix of sun and showers likely, along with a chance of thunderstorms. Highs will be in the upper 70s with southwest winds around 15 mph. Saturday and Sunday bring more sunshine with surf heights around 2 feet, and temperatures in the lower to upper 70s. Winds varying from north to northeast, blowing around 5 to 10 mph. Remember folks, while the risk of rip currents remains low, always keep safety first and be prepared with a flotation device. Stay safe out there and catch some waves, 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.
    1 min. 34 sec.
  • Maine and New Hampshire beaches Surf Report for 06-11-2024

    11 GIU 2024 · Hey there surfers and beachgoers! Ready for the latest surf zone forecast for the Maine area? Let's dive in! Starting off with our friends on Coastal Rockingham, today is looking mostly sunny with moderate UV index. Highs around 70 with light west winds around 5 mph, shifting southeast later. Surf height around 1 foot, water temp at 59 degrees. Remember, rip current risk is low, but always stay cautious! Moving on to Coastal York, another mostly sunny day ahead! Highs in the mid-60s, with west winds becoming south. Surf height around 2 feet, water temp 58 degrees. Low risk of rip currents, but keep that flotation device handy just in case! And for Coastal Cumberland, expect mostly sunny skies with highs in the upper 60s. Surf around 2 feet, water temp 55 degrees. Rip current risk remains low, so enjoy the waves responsibly! To our friends at Sagadahoc, it's mostly sunny with highs in the upper 60s. Surf around 2 feet, water temp 54 degrees. Always keep safety in mind, even with a low rip current risk! For those at Lincoln, it's a mostly sunny day! Highs in the upper 60s, southwest winds around 5 mph. Surf height around 2 feet with water temp at 53 degrees. Remember, low rip current risk! And lastly, for our beach lovers at Knox, a mostly sunny day with highs in the upper 60s! Surf around 2 feet, water temp 52 degrees. Rip current risk remains low, so have fun out there! So surfers, whether you're catching waves or just soaking up the sun, stay safe, watch out for each other, and enjoy the beautiful beach vibes! 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.
    1 min. 48 sec.
  • Maine and New Hampshire beaches Surf Report for 06-11-2024

    11 GIU 2024 · Hey there, surfers and beachgoers! Ready to catch some waves in Maine? Let's dive into the surf zone forecast for the coastal areas of Maine and New Hampshire. Today is looking like a perfect beach day with mostly sunny skies, a moderate UV index, and no thunderstorm potential in sight. High temperatures will reach around 70 degrees with light west winds becoming southeast later on. The surf will be chill at around 1 foot, and the water temperature is about 59 degrees. Don't forget, the Rip Current Risk is low, but always stay safe in the water, especially near structures. Tomorrow, expect more sunshine with a slight chance of showers, low thunderstorm potential, and temperatures in the lower 70s. The surf remains around 1 foot with a low Rip Current Risk. So, keep an eye out for those sneaky currents near the jetties! As we look ahead to Thursday, the surf height will pick up a bit to around 2 feet, with sunny skies and highs in the upper 70s. Southwest winds will be cruising around 10 mph. And for Friday, get ready for some fun waves at around 3 feet, along with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Highs will be around 80 with southwest winds at 10 mph. Saturday brings us back to around 2 feet of surf, sunshine, and lower 70s temperatures. The winds will be coming from the northwest at around 10 mph. Remember, always check the Rip Current Risk before hitting the waves. Stay safe, have fun, and enjoy the beach vibes! 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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  • Maine and New Hampshire beaches Surf Report for 06-10-2024

    10 GIU 2024 · Hey there beachgoers! Who's ready for some sun, surf, and fun in Maine and New Hampshire? Let's dive into the surf zone forecast for the coastal beaches in the area. Today, expect mostly sunny skies with a slight chance of showers, so keep an eye out for any passing raindrops. The UV index is low, meaning it's a good idea to pack some sunscreen. High temperatures will be in the lower 70s with southwest winds at 5 to 10 miles per hour. Surf height will be around 2 feet, perfect for catching some waves. Water temperature is around 60 degrees, so it might be a bit chilly for a swim. As for tomorrow, the sun will still be shining with a similar chance of showers. Highs will be in the upper 60s, with west winds around 5 miles per hour shifting to the south later in the day. Surf height will decrease to around 1 foot, but still good for a relaxing day by the beach. Looking ahead to Wednesday and Thursday, surf heights will remain around 2 feet with mostly sunny skies and temperatures climbing into the 70s. Friday brings a slightly higher surf height of 3 feet with a chance of showers and thunderstorms, so keep an eye on the skies. Remember, the rip current risk is low, but always stay cautious near jetties and structures. And as always, have fun and stay safe out there in the water! 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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  • Maine and New Hampshire beaches Surf Report for 06-10-2024

    10 GIU 2024 · Hey there beachgoers, surfers, and wave enthusiasts! Ready to catch some epic waves in Maine? Let's dive into the surf zone forecast courtesy of the National Weather Service in Gray, Maine. Starting off with Coastal Rockingham, including Portsmouth and Hampton: Today expect mostly sunny skies with a slight chance of showers, so keep an eye out. UV Index is low, so don't forget that sunscreen! Highs will be in the lower 70s with southwest winds at 5 to 10 miles per hour. Surf height around 2 feet, and water temperature at a refreshing 60 degrees. Perfect conditions for a chilled-out day by the ocean. Rip current risk is low, but always stay cautious. Moving onto Coastal York with beaches like Old Orchard and Wells: Similar conditions with mostly sunny skies and a chance of showers today. Highs in the upper 60s, southwest winds around 10 miles per hour, and a slightly higher surf height of around 3 feet. Water temperature at 58 degrees - a bit chilly, so be prepared if you plan to take a dip. Always keep an eye out for rip currents, even with a low risk. For those at Coastal Cumberland enjoying Scarborough and Higgins beaches: Expect mostly sunny skies early turning mostly cloudy later today. Chance of showers and highs in the upper 60s. Surf height also around 3 feet with a water temperature of 55 degrees. Remember, safety first with those flotation devices, especially when water temperatures are below 60 degrees. Lastly, for those hanging out at Sagadahoc with Reid State Park and Popham Beach: Today brings mostly sunny weather with a chance of showers. Highs in the upper 60s with a surf height around 3 feet and a water temperature of 55 degrees. Always keep an eye on those tides and rip current risks, even if they are low. So, there you have it, folks. Another great day for some beach fun in Maine! Stay safe, wear sunscreen, and catch some 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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  • Maine and New Hampshire beaches Surf Report for 06-09-2024

    9 GIU 2024 · Hey there, beachgoers! Ready for your daily dose of surf zone forecast fun? Let's dive into what's happening along the beautiful beaches of Maine and New Hampshire. Starting off with today's vibe, we've got mostly cloudy skies with a chance of rain. Not the best beach weather, but hey, we can still catch some waves with a surf height around 2 feet. Just watch out for that low rip current risk and keep an eye on the tides – they're all part of the surf adventure! Moving onto Monday, the sun will be making a comeback with a slight chance of showers. Perfect weather to soak up some vitamin D and maybe catch a few more waves at around 2 feet high. And don't forget your flotation device, especially if you're planning to surf near structures. Looking ahead to Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, we've got more sunshine in the forecast with the surf height staying around 2 feet. So, get your boards ready for some fun sessions out on the water. Remember, safety first, surfers! Always be aware of the rip current risks and take necessary precautions. And with those water temperatures below 60 degrees, it might be a good idea to brush up on your radio operation skills just in case! So, get ready to ride those waves and make the most of your beach days ahead. 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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  • Maine and New Hampshire beaches Surf Report for 06-09-2024

    9 GIU 2024 · Hey there surfers and beachgoers! Get ready for the latest surf forecast for the Maine area! Today in Coastal Rockingham, it's looking like a mix of clouds with some rain, but nothing to worry about in terms of thunderstorms. With temperatures reaching the upper 60s, you can expect a chill in the air. The surf height is around 2 feet, perfect for catching some waves. Just watch out for the low rip current risk. Remember, safety first, especially when the temperatures dip below 60 degrees! As we move into Monday, the sun will come out with a slight chance of showers, so keep your eyes peeled for a rainbow to end your surf session. Surf height remains consistent at 2 feet with a low rip current risk. Remember to check those tides at Hampton Beach! Looking ahead to Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, expect more sunshine, slight chances of showers, and surf heights around 2 feet. So, get ready to enjoy those mid-70s temperatures and catch some waves under the sun. Remember to always keep an eye on those rip current risk categories and stay safe out there. And as always, have a blast riding the waves and soaking up the sun! 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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  • Maine and New Hampshire beaches Surf Report for 06-08-2024

    8 GIU 2024 · Hey there, surfers and beachgoers! Time to catch the wave with your Maine surf zone forecast brought to you by the National Weather Service right out of Gray, ME! Let's get into it for the coastal areas of Maine and New Hampshire: 🏖️ **Hampton Beach**: Today we're looking at mostly sunny weather with a touch of fog, a high in the lower 70s, and a surf height around 2 feet. Grab your boards and enjoy those west winds around 10 miles per hour. 🏄‍♂️ **Rock on Portsmouth and Hampton!** Looking ahead to Sunday, expect mostly cloudy skies with showers likely, a high in the upper 60s, and the surf stays around 2 feet. Southwest winds will be around 10 mph to keep things interesting. Rip current risk is low, but always stay safe and have a flotation device nearby. Heading over to **Old Orchard, Fortunes Rock, Wells, Ogunquit, and York**: 🏖️ Today, anticipate mostly sunny weather with a hint of fog, a slight chance of showers, and a surf height around 3 feet. Highs in the upper 60s with west winds at 10 mph. 🌊 Water temperature is at 59 degrees, and remember, below 60 degrees, it can get chilly real quick! Sunday brings about mostly cloudy skies with showers likely, a high in the mid-60s, and a surf height around 3 feet. Southwest winds will be picking up to 10-15 mph. Watch out for rip currents, but the risk remains low. And there you have it, surfers! Be ready to ride those waves with caution and have a blast out there. Remember, safety first, and never underestimate the power of the ocean. 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.
    1 min. 47 sec.
  • Maine and New Hampshire beaches Surf Report for 06-08-2024

    8 GIU 2024 · Hey there fellow surfers and beach enthusiasts! Hang ten because we've got the latest surf zone forecast for Maine coming right at ya! Let's start with some beach fun updates for Hampton in New Hampshire today! Expect mostly sunny skies with a touch of fog. UV index is low, so grab that sunscreen! No thunderstorms to worry about, folks. Temperatures will be chilling in the lower 70s with gentle west winds at around 10 miles per hour. Surf's up at around 2 feet, and the water temp is a refreshing 60 degrees. The rip current risk is low, but always be cautious near structures. Tides are in your favor at Hampton Beach today. Tomorrow, Sunday, brings mostly cloudy skies with showers likely and just a small chance of thunderstorms. Temps will be in the upper 60s, so keep cozy. Surf's still around 2 feet, and the rip current risk remains low. As we ride into Monday, the surf height holds steady at 2 feet. Expect sunny weather with a slight chance of showers and highs in the lower 70s. Keep an eye out for those west winds at around 10 miles per hour. Remember, surfers, it's all about those beach vibes, so stay safe, stay cool, and catch those waves responsibly. 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. ✌️🏄‍♂️
    1 min. 24 sec.

Welcome to "Surf Report - Gray Maine," your daily source for the latest surf conditions along the picturesque coastline of Gray, Maine. Whether you're a seasoned surfer or just starting...

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Welcome to "Surf Report - Gray Maine," your daily source for the latest surf conditions along the picturesque coastline of Gray, Maine. Whether you're a seasoned surfer or just starting out, our podcast provides up-to-the-minute updates on wave heights, tides, wind conditions, and water temperatures, ensuring you catch the best waves every day. 


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