Rincon, Puerto Rico Surf Forecast – February 2, 2015
Another week of waves here we come!
This next storm will give us waves pretty much all week. Tomorrow will be smaller than today, and Saturday might be a little on the small side, but for the most part we should stay chest high or bigger. We might even see another big swell by Sunday. We’ll have to keep watching the models and actual satellite feeds to see if it plays out in reality, but at least we finally have a solid change in the weather to an active pattern of swell generating storms.
Tuesday: Head high with some overhead sets and light offshore winds in the early morning. The swell will fade in strength through the day.
Wednesday: Waist to chest high at most spots with some bigger sets at the more exposed breaks and light winds for most of the day.
Thursday: Head high with glassy conditions and light winds for most of the day.
Friday: Chest to head high with glassy conditions and light winds for most of the day. The swell will fade out by the evening.
Saturday: Knee high surf lesson waves with glassy conditions in the morning and garbage conditions in the afternoon.
Sunday: Chest to head high in the morning building to overhead conditions by the afternoon. The morning should be glassy, but the winds will pick up considerably in the afternoon. If the wind comes out of the east more than the northeast, the tucked away spots in Rincon could be fun as the bigger stuff fills in.