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New Jersey + New York Surf Reports and Surf Forecasts

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Conditions Summary
 Avalon
 
1.5ft 7secs 159° 2mph NW - Offshore - 313°
 Poverty Beach
Star
2.5ft 7secs 173° 4mph WNW - Offshore - 293°
 Sea Isle City
 
1ft 8secs 144° 2mph NW - Offshore - 313°
 Stockton
Star
2.5ft 7secs 173° 4mph WNW - Offshore - 293°
 Wildwood
Star
2.5ft 7secs 173° 4mph WNW - Offshore - 293°
 Longport, 32nd St.
 
1.5ft 7secs 156° 2mph ESE - Onshore - 107°
 Margate Pier
 
1.5ft 7secs 156° 2mph ESE - Onshore - 107°
Add a New Surf SpotRegional Overview
Hurricane season in the autumn brings the best swell to New York and New Jersey. Winter is equally consistent with north-easterly storms tracking up the Atlantic coast. Temperatures drop to little above freezing in the winter. Summer is obviously warmer but less consistent, bringing beach restrictions and poor surf. A thriving surfing community has existed since the area was first surfed by Duke Kahanamoku in 1912. Facing west and south-west New Jersey's southern reaches are more widely surfed than the northern areas excluding the famous Sandy Hook point-break. New York on the other hand has mainly south-west facing beach breaks some right on the city's fringe. The Montauk area has possibly the most consistent waves.
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