Palm Beach Surf Forecast, Updated local surf forecast for SE Florida

Updated: July 3, 2015 - Surf forecast for the Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast.

REWIND: Aside from a very small SE windchop wave, there hasn't been much.


High pressure parked offshore, light onshore flow for SE Florida hasn't done much for the surf. Low tide has seen a little somewhat rideable wave, especially for the groms and surf camps.  Upcoast is seeing a little more of the background swell, and we may actually get a small bump up starting Tuesday.  Nothing much more than waist high but it's something within driving distance at least. I think I will be checking it out. It's been a while!

Tropics are still very quiet, hostile conditions at the moment with nothing expected for a while.


SATURDAY-MONDAY:  Small, weak 1-2' wind wave. Breaking at lower tides later in the day.  Upcoast knee-thigh, maybe waist high SE swell continues.

TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY:  Slight increase in swell upcoast. Waist high Sebastian northward. Clean in the morning, onshore seabreeze in the afternoon will chop it up some.

Long Ranger Surfcast:  New model run spinning up something in the gulf from the NW Caribbean. This would give us some windchop. It's not too far fetched though. The MJO pulse is going to be swinging in our neighborhood and that might be enough to spark something up.   Don't get too excited yet though.  It's at least two weeks away.  Stay tuned!


For more updates, Follow me on Twitter and Instagram for in the field and on the go updates: @surfnweatherman




NAO:  (We're looking for it to be negative in the winter)

The Arctic Oscillation: (looking for negative in the winter)

The PNA (we are looking for this to be POSITIVE in the winter)


Check my Twitter feed below for up to the minute info :

and don't forget to LIKE  SURFIN WEATHERMAN on Facebook!


If you have any pictures or video you want everyone to see, upload them to our surfing section of the YOUREPORT page or post on the Surfin Weatherman Facebook Page.

You can also stay up to date by following me on TWITTER ( SurfnWeatherman) and Facebook ( Wavecaster Wieland)

James Wieland
Surf Forecaster
News Channel 5
West Palm Beach/
Treasure Coast


Palm Beach surf forecast refraction swell hurricane surf south Florida storm surf

Print this article Back to Top