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Maine - South Surfing

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Maine gets the frontiersville tag if you?re looking at surfing north of Portland. From the capital south to New Hampshire, Ogunquit is the main focus; this is where the bulk of the surfing population either live or hang out. Winter northeast swells provide the most consistent source of sizable waves since the Maine coast can find itself eclipsed from some hurricane swells by Cape Cod to the south. Winter water temperatures can plunge below freezing with the ocean ?slushing? in places, but recent years have seen milder temps prevail, possibly linked to the global warming phenomenon.
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  Forecast Surf Report Stormrider Guide
Guide icon Forecast icon Ogunquit River Star 2.5ft 9secs 136° 4mph Clear No Reports Available. No Data Available Sand 12
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NE - SE Westerly Low to Mid Tide
Guide icon Forecast icon Short Sands 1.5ft 9secs 130° 4mph Clear No Reports Available. Beachbreak Peaks Sand 10
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NE - E South Westerly All Tides
Guide icon Forecast icon Long Sands Star 1.5ft 9secs 130° 4mph Clear No Reports Available. Beachbreak Peaks Sand 8
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NE - SE North Westerly All Tides
Guide icon Forecast icon Wells Beach Star 2.5ft 9secs 136° 4mph Clear No Reports Available. No Data Available No Data Available No Data Available
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