• Mobile, Dauphin Island, Fort Morgan, Gulf Shores, and Orange Beach Surf Report for 06-18-2024

    18 JUN. 2024 · Ahoy there, surfers and beachgoers! Ready to ride the waves and soak up some sun? Well, get ready for some gnarly surf conditions coming your way from the Mobile, Alabama surf zone! So, what's the scoop for today? We've got a high rip current risk and a high surf advisory in effect until Thursday evening. Surf heights are reaching a cool 5 to 7 feet, so grab your boards and get ready to hang ten! And don't forget the sunscreen because that UV index is sky high today. Expect some clouds with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. The water temperature is in the mid-80s, so it's perfect for a refreshing dip. For tonight, the high rip current risk continues with surf heights remaining steady at 5 to 7 feet. It’ll be mostly cloudy with temperatures in the upper 70s. The winds will be blowing from the east around 15 to 20 mph, so hold onto your hats! As we celebrate Juneteenth, the high rip current risk and 5 to 7 feet surf heights persist. The weather will be partly sunny with a chance of showers and thunderstorms, keeping things exciting. High temperatures will be in the upper 80s, and those east winds will be cruising at around 20 mph. Looking ahead, be prepared for more high rip current risks, surf heights of 4 to 6 feet, and a mix of sun and clouds with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. So, keep an eye on those tides and always stay safe out there in the water! And that's a wrap for your Mobile, Alabama surf zone forecast. Get out there, catch some waves, and enjoy the salty breeze! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening. 🏄‍♂️🤙
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  • Mobile, Dauphin Island, Fort Morgan, Gulf Shores, and Orange Beach Surf Report for 06-17-2024

    17 JUN. 2024 · Alright, surfers and beachgoers, are you ready for your daily dose of wave wisdom? Let's dive into the surf zone forecast for the Alabama Gulf Coast and Florida Panhandle beaches! First up, for the Mobile Coastal and Baldwin Coastal areas, we've got a high rip current risk in effect through Thursday morning, along with a high surf advisory kicking in from 4 a.m. Tuesday until 7 a.m. Thursday. So, keep those surf safety skills sharp! Today expect mostly cloudy skies with showers and thunderstorms likely. The surf height ranges from 3 to 4 feet, and the UV index is very high. Water temperatures are in the upper 80s, perfect for a refreshing dip. High temperatures will be in the upper 80s with east winds at 10 to 15 miles per hour. Moving on to tonight, similar conditions continue with a high rip current risk, surf heights of 3 to 5 feet, and temps in the upper 70s. Tomorrow, the surf height ramps up to 4 to 6 feet with east winds around 20 mph, so get ready for some exhilarating waves! As we look ahead to the Juneteenth weekend, the high rip current risk persists with surf heights ranging from 3 to 7 feet. So, stay aware and stay safe out there, folks! For our friends in the Pensacola Beach, Gulf Breeze, Navarre Beach, Fort Walton Beach, and Destin areas, you're also under a high rip current risk and high surf advisory through Thursday morning. So, be extra cautious in the water! Today through Tuesday, expect mostly cloudy skies with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. Surf heights will be in the 3 to 4 feet range, with very high UV index readings. High temperatures will be in the upper 80s with east winds around 15 miles per hour. Remember to check the extended forecast for updates on surf heights, weather conditions, and rip current risks as we head into the Juneteenth celebrations and the weekend. That's a wrap for today's surf zone forecast. Stay safe, catch some epic waves, and enjoy the saltwater therapy! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Mobile, Dauphin Island, Fort Morgan, Gulf Shores, and Orange Beach Surf Report for 06-16-2024

    16 JUN. 2024 · Hey there, surfers and beachgoers! Let's dive into the groovy surf forecast for the Mobile-Coastal Baldwin area! So, looks like we've got a high rip current risk hangin' in there until Thursday morning, along with a high surf advisory kickin' in from Monday afternoon to early Thursday. Stay safe out there! Today, expect surf heights of 3 to 4 feet, with a UV index sitting at "Very High." Watch out for those thunderstorms rollin' in after 1 PM. Grab your boards and get ready for some fun in the mid-80s water temp. Tonight, the rip current risk remains high, with surf heights of 3 to 5 feet. Keep an eye on the mostly cloudy skies and a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures will be cozy in the upper 70s. Tomorrow, pack the sunscreen as we're looking at another high rip current risk, surf heights hangin' at 3 to 5 feet, and a day filled with thunderstorms likely. Highs will be in the upper 80s with winds comin' in from the East. Sounds like an adventure awaits! And for the extended forecast - Brace yourself for continued high rip current risks, surf heights fluctuating between 3 to 7 feet, and a mix of sun, clouds, showers, and thunderstorms. The winds will be gusty around 15 to 20 mph throughout the week. Juneteenth might bring in some sunshine, so keep those spirits high! Remember, it's essential to stay aware of the surf conditions and always put safety first when hitting the waves. Check out the full details on the National Weather Service website for more info. Catch some gnarly waves and enjoy the vibes, beach lovers! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Mobile, Dauphin Island, Fort Morgan, Gulf Shores, and Orange Beach Surf Report for 06-15-2024

    15 JUN. 2024 · Hey there surfers and beachgoers! Ready to catch some waves and soak up the sun? Well, here's your surf zone forecast straight from the National Weather Service Mobile! Today's surf outlook is looking pretty chill with low rip current risks and waves around 1 foot. The UV index is extreme, so don't forget that sunscreen as you bask in the mid-80s water temperature. It's going to be a sunny day with highs in the lower 90s and gentle northeast winds, transitioning to southeast in the afternoon. Tonight, expect clear skies, with lows in the upper 70s and southeast winds around 5 to 10 mph. Tomorrow, things might get a bit more exciting with a high rip current risk in place, surf heights of 2 to 3 feet, and some thunderstorms likely in the afternoon. As we head into the extended forecast, rip current risks remain high, surf heights increase to 4 to 6 feet on Juneteenth, and showers with thunderstorms are likely. The wind will be picking up too, with east winds around 20 mph. For our friends over in Pensacola Beach, Gulf Breeze, Navarre Beach, Fort Walton Beach, and Destin, you're in for a similar surf adventure with high rip current risks and exciting wave heights ahead. So pack your boards, grab your sunscreen, and get ready for some fun in the sun! And remember, stay safe out there and keep an eye on those rip currents. This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Mobile, Dauphin Island, Fort Morgan, Gulf Shores, and Orange Beach Surf Report for 06-14-2024

    14 JUN. 2024 · Ahoy there, surfers and beachgoers! It's time for your fun-filled surf forecast straight from the National Weather Service Mobile AL. Let's dive right in: For all you chill folks hanging out at Mobile Coastal and Baldwin Coastal today, we got some sweet deets for you: The Rip Current Risk is low, surf height around 1 foot, extreme UV index, and water temperature in the mid 80s. Expect sunny skies with highs in the lower 90s. Soak up that sunshine and catch some waves with northeast winds around 5 miles per hour, switching to southeast later on. Tides will be in your favor too! Tonight's vibe? Low Rip Current Risk, 1-foot surf, clear skies, and temperatures in the upper 70s. Winds will be coming in from the southwest and curving to northwest after midnight. Perfect bonfire weather! And looking ahead to Saturday, low rip current risk continues with 1-foot waves, sunny skies, and highs in the lower 90s. Enjoy those north winds shifting to southerly as the day rolls on. In the extended forecast, some changes are coming your way - moderate to high rip current risks, increasing surf heights, and a chance of showers and thunderstorms. So stay weather-aware and keep an eye on those tides! Now, let's shift gears to our friends at Escambia Coastal, Santa Rosa Coastal, and Okaloosa Coastal: Today, you're in for some good times with sunny weather, 1-foot surf, extreme UV index, and water temps in the mid 80s. Highs will be in the lower 90s, with east winds turning south in the afternoon. Tonight, expect clear skies, light winds from the west, and temperatures in the upper 70s. Perfect for stargazing by the shore! And Saturday looks just as fabulous with low rip current risk, 1-foot waves, sunny skies, and temps in the lower 90s. Keep an eye on the tides as north winds switch to southerly. In the extended outlook, the rip current risks will be changing, along with increasing surf heights and chances of storms. Make sure to stay safe and have a blast out there! Remember to check out the provided links for more detailed info on thunderstorms, waterspouts, and UV index. This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Mobile, Dauphin Island, Fort Morgan, Gulf Shores, and Orange Beach Surf Report for 06-13-2024

    13 JUN. 2024 · Ahoy there, surfers and beach lovers! It's time for your daily dose of surf zone forecast fun from the National Weather Service in Mobile, Alabama. Let's dive into the waves and see what's in store for the coastal areas of Mobile and Baldwin! Today, we've got a low risk of rip currents, with surf heights ranging from 1 to 2 feet. The UV Index is off the charts at Very High, so lather up that sunscreen! The water temperature is perfect in the lower 80s, and it's all sunshine and clear skies ahead. Expect high temperatures in the lower 90s with gentle winds shifting from northeast to south later in the day. As the sun sets, the low risk of rip currents continues with similar surf heights. The night will be clear with temperatures in the upper 70s and winds shifting from southwest to northwest. Looking ahead to Friday, it's all sunshine again with a low rip current risk, similar surf heights, and temperatures reaching the lower 90s. Winds will play games from northeast to southeast. And now, for a sneak peek into the weekend! Saturday and Sunday bring low rip current risks, 1 to 2 feet of surf, and sunny skies. Temperatures will be around 90, and there's a chance of showers and thunderstorms at night. So pack your raincoat just in case, and get ready to enjoy the waves! Remember, always check for updated forecasts and stay safe in the surf zone. And don't forget to visit the provided link for more info on thunderstorms, waterspouts, and UV protection! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Mobile, Dauphin Island, Fort Morgan, Gulf Shores, and Orange Beach Surf Report for 06-12-2024

    12 JUN. 2024 · Hey there, beach lovers! Ready for some wave updates and fun in the sun? Let's dive into the surf zone forecast for the Mobile Coastal and Baldwin Coastal areas! Today, the rip current risk is pretty low, so you can catch some mellow 1-foot waves. The UV index is extreme, so don't forget your sunscreen while enjoying the lower 80s water temperatures. It's looking mostly sunny with a high around 90 degrees, and winds will shift from northeast to southeast as the day goes on. Tonight, expect the surf to pick up slightly to 1 to 2 feet under mostly clear skies. The temperatures will dip into the mid-70s, and winds will shift to the west and then to the north after midnight. On Thursday, the rip current risk will bump up to moderate with 1 to 2 feet waves. It'll be sunny, with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. Highs will be in the lower 90s with a mix of northeast and southeast winds. Looking ahead, we've got more moderate rip current risks, slight chances of showers and thunderstorms, and 2 to 3 feet waves coming your way for the rest of the week into the weekend. So keep an eye on those tides, stay safe in the surf zone, and enjoy the beach vibes! Remember to check out the link for more info on thunderstorms, waterspouts, and UV index definitions. Have a fantastic time out there, surfers! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Mobile, Dauphin Island, Fort Morgan, Gulf Shores, and Orange Beach Surf Report for 06-11-2024

    11 JUN. 2024 · Hey there beachgoers! Get ready for some groovy surf updates from the Mobile, AL area and beyond! Let's dive into today's surf zone forecast for Dauphin Island, Fort Morgan, Gulf Shores, and Orange Beach. Today, we're looking at a low rip current risk, with surf heights cruising around 1 foot. The UV index is off the charts extreme, so don't forget that sunscreen! The water temperature is sizzling in the lower 80s, perfect for a refreshing dip. With mostly sunny skies overhead and temperatures reaching the upper 80s, it's shaping up to be a stellar beach day. Keep an eye out for those northeast winds around 10 mph, switching to the east later on. Tonight, the low rip current risk continues, and the surf stays around 1 foot. Expect clear skies and mild temperatures dipping into the mid-70s. Winds will be playful, starting from the west at 5 mph and shifting to the north after midnight. Looking ahead to Wednesday, the surf height stays steady around 1 foot, with sunshine galore and highs around 90. Northeast winds at 10 mph will switch to southeast in the afternoon. And don't forget those tides, with Dauphin Island hitting a high at 1.1 feet in the early afternoon. As for the extended forecast, get ready for more fun in the sun with low rip current risks at night and surf heights ranging from 1 to 2 feet. Expect a mix of clear skies and a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms as we head towards the weekend. Over in Pensacola Beach, Gulf Breeze, Navarre Beach, Fort Walton Beach, and Destin, similar conditions are in store – with low rip current risks, sunny skies, and temperatures around 90. Remember, always stay safe in the water, and keep an eye out for any changing conditions. And for more tips on thunderstorms, waterspouts, and UV, check out the link provided. Catch you on the next wave, beach lovers! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Mobile, Dauphin Island, Fort Morgan, Gulf Shores, and Orange Beach Surf Report for 06-10-2024

    10 JUN. 2024 · Ahoy there, surfers and beach lovers! Welcome to your daily surf forecast brought to you by the National Weather Service Mobile AL. Let's dive into the wave-tastic details for Mobile Coastal, Baldwin Coastal, Escambia Coastal, Santa Rosa Coastal, and Okaloosa Coastal areas for today, tomorrow, and beyond! Today's vibes are looking groovy with a low rip current risk, around 1 foot surf height, and extreme UV Index. The water temperature is in the lower 80s, perfect for catching some waves under the mostly sunny sky. Keep an eye out for a chance of showers and thunderstorms. High temps in the upper 80s, with west winds around 10 mph. For tonight, the low rip current risk and around 1 foot surf height continue. The weather will be a mix of mostly cloudy and partly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Expect lows in the lower 70s, with west winds around 10 mph shifting to the north after midnight. Tomorrow, the surf height remains around 1 foot with a low rip current risk. It's going to be a sunny day with high temps in the upper 80s. Northeast winds around 10 mph, becoming east in the afternoon. As we look ahead, the wave party continues with similar conditions through Wednesday night, including lows rip current risks, mostly clear skies, and surf height around 1 foot. Keep an eye on Thursday night where we might see a moderate rip current risk with surf height around 2 feet. By Friday, get ready for a high rip current risk with waves ranging from 2 to 3 feet. Despite the risk, the sun will be shining, with a chance of showers and thunderstorms and highs in the upper 80s. East winds around 10 mph will keep things breezy. Remember to always check the Rip Current Risk Category for your safety and make sure to lather up that sunscreen with the extreme UV Index in play. Stay safe, catch some waves, and enjoy the beach life! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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  • Mobile, Dauphin Island, Fort Morgan, Gulf Shores, and Orange Beach Surf Report for 06-09-2024

    9 JUN. 2024 · Hello, beachgoers and surf enthusiasts! Let's dive into your surf zone forecast for the Mobile, Alabama area, including Dauphin Island, Fort Morgan, Gulf Shores, and Orange Beach. Today the rip current risk is low, so no need to stress. Expect surf heights around 1 foot with an extreme UV index, perfect for catching some rays. The water temperature is in the lower 80s, and the weather is looking sunny with a high near 90. Winds will be coming from the west at 5 to 10 miles per hour. Tonight, the rip current risk remains low with similar surf heights. It will be partly cloudy with temperatures dipping into the mid 70s. Southwest winds around 10 miles per hour will keep things breezy. Looking into Monday, the rip current risk remains low with the surf staying around 1 foot. You can expect mostly sunny skies with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Highs will be around 90 with west winds around 10 miles per hour. As for the extended forecast, get ready for some changes. Monday night through Thursday we'll see varying rip current risks and surf heights, so stay tuned for updates. Remember to check the UV index and thunderstorm warnings to stay safe and informed during your beach adventures. Keep an eye out for possible showers and thunderstorms as the week progresses. This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
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"Surf Report Mobile AL" is your essential daily podcast for all surf-related updates in Mobile, Alabama. Perfect for local surfers and beach enthusiasts, this podcast provides the latest insights on...

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"Surf Report Mobile AL" is your essential daily podcast for all surf-related updates in Mobile, Alabama. Perfect for local surfers and beach enthusiasts, this podcast provides the latest insights on surf conditions, weather forecasts, and coastal happenings.Every episode includes:
  • Daily Surf Forecasts: Detailed analysis of the waves, including size, wind conditions, and tides, to help you plan your surf sessions effectively.
  • Weather Updates: Stay informed about the latest weather trends affecting surf conditions, ensuring you're prepared for whatever the Gulf brings.
  • Local Beach and Environmental News: Engage with topics that matter to the Mobile community, from beach conservation efforts to upcoming local events.
Whether you're a seasoned surfer or a newcomer to the sport, "Surf Report Mobile AL" provides valuable information to enhance your surfing experience and keep you connected to the coastal lifestyle.

Subscribe to "Surf Report Mobile AL" on your favorite podcast platform to get daily updates that help you make the most of your time on the waves. Join our community online for even more tips, discussions, and shared experiences from fellow surfers in the Mobile area.
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