Winter Storm Juno didn't live up the the hype as far as snow totals are concerned, but if you could get to a south facing beach on Monday afternoon or Tuesday, you scored big time. South Jersey and (especially) Long Island were delivering the best NE swell we've seen this winter. East facing spots also saw a few hours of clean conditions late Tuesday.
Large WNW winter swell hit LA and lit up a bunch of fun breaks! This swell in particular wrapped around some pretty isolated breaks and got into all of the nooks and crannies along the coast. From morning till evening, every tide, this spot was breaking and barreling like a champ! Thick, gaping mini-barrels were sure to either break your board or get you pitted!
Northeast and Mid-Atlantic surfers had plenty to be thankful for last week. The first swell hit 2 days before Thanksgiving, offering up super hollow chest-head high waves. The second swell hit on Thanksgiving, but many surfers had to cut their session short due to family plans. The lucky few who were able to stick around into the early afternoon were treated to some very rippable and fairly empty waves.