Rincon, Puerto Rico Surf Forecast – Nov 16, 2019
More NW swell on the way!
This next front is going to sit and then swoop out right in our perfect swell window for NW swell generation. This means that most of next week will go off! The wind is forecast to pretty much shut down next week as well which should leave just about every spot in Rincon breaking perfectly for the greater part of the day. Granted, when there is no dominant wind, we tend to see a light onshore breeze everywhere, I’m still expecting glassy conditions at least until noon. Our current pulse should last straight through to the next swell so no one will be bored (unless you’re a boring person). Here’s out I see the week playing out:
Sunday chest to head high leftovers should persist through the day at the most exposed breaks with glassy conditions everywhere in the morning.
Monday waist to chest high leftovers again featuring glassy conditions the first half of the day at the more exposed breaks.
Tuesday will see the full punch of whatever that current storm decides to do. I anticipate 2-3ft overhead sets and glassy conditions at tucked away breaks and really good form.
Wednesday looks really fun with head high glassy leftovers with no wind.
Thursday waist to chest high leftovers with no wind and fading conditions though the day.
Friday is a bit of an unknown but most likely to see some weak NE background swell perfect for surf lessons. However, if any of these storms also amplify out in the North Atlantic, we could very well start to see some NE long period kick back for the weekend.