Your sea and sand report of Friday, September 2 |


The last Friday of peak beach season will bring a winner to the Jersey Shore.

There will be a low risk of rip currents, low wave heights and no chance of rain on Friday. Winds will blow from the northeast, veering to the east with temps around 10 mph.

As a result, the shore will be 75 to 80 degrees for anticyclones. This contrasts with the 85 to 90 degrees seen Wednesday and Thursday on an offshore wind.

For surfers, the wave height will be 1 to 2 feet. An east-southeast swell with a wave period of about 10 seconds will be present. The waves won’t look clear, but long stretches will give solid, low waves to surf.

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