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Jupiter Inlet North Jetty ratings
Quality on a good day: 2.0
Consistency of Surf: 2.0
Difficulty Level: 4.0
Crowds: 4.0

Overall: 2.8

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Jupiter Inlet North Jetty Surf Guide

Jupiter Inlet North Jetty in South Florida is a sheltered beach/Jetty break that has unreliable waves. Summer offers the optimum conditions for surfing. Offshore winds blow from the west. Windswells are much more typical than groudswells and the ideal wave angle is from the southeast. The beach breaks favour rights. Unlikely to be too crowded, even when the surf is up. Beware of rips, rocks and sharks.

Jupiter Inlet North Jetty Spot Info

Type:Rating:
Icon beach  redBeach/jettyIcon  s32.8
Reliability:Todays Sea Temp*:
inconsistent
25.2°C*ocean temperature recorded from satellite

Surfing Jupiter Inlet North Jetty:

The best conditions reported for surf at Jupiter Inlet North Jetty occur when a Southeast swell combines with an offshore wind direction from the West.

Surf Forecasts:

What's the best time of year to surf Jupiter Inlet North Jetty (for consistent clean waves)?

januaryBest Season: winter
The best time of year for surfing Jupiter Inlet North Jetty with consistent clean waves (rideable swell with light / offshore winds) is during Winter and most often the month of January. Clean surfable waves are typically found 0% of the time in January while 1% of the time it tends to be blown out. For the remaining 99% of the time it is considered too small by most surfers but may still be OK for beginners and groms at times.
clean
0%
Surfable waves that hold up well for longer rides in prevailing cross-offshore, offshore or light wind conditions.
blown out
1%
Surfable sized waves that are of poorer quality due to prevailing onshore, cross-onshore or windy conditions (may be preferable for kitesurfing).
too small
99%
Waves usually considered too small for good surf. Some wave-magnet breaks may still work though if conditions are right (on occasion).

Explore Jupiter Inlet North Jetty Location Map

Interactive Jupiter Inlet North Jetty surf break location map. View information about nearby surf breaks, their wave consistency and rating compared to other spots in the region. Current swell conditions from local buoys are shown along with live wind speed and direction from nearby weather stations. Click icons on the map for more detail. The closest passenger airport to Jupiter Inlet North Jetty is Palm Beach International (West Palm Beach) Airport (PBI) in USA, 30 km (19 miles) away (directly). The second nearest airport to Jupiter Inlet North Jetty is Palm Beach Co Park (West Palm Beach) Airport (LNA), also in USA, 40 km (25 miles) away.

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Jupiter Inlet North Jetty Surf Forecasts:
Todays Surf Summary
Tuesday, 13 April 2021, 03:56 Local Time
Tuesday 13
5AM8AM11AM2PM
Wave (m) 0.6
NE
0.6
NE
0.6
NE
0.6
NE
Period (s) 11 10 10 10
Wind (km/h) 10
N 5
NW 5
NNW 15
NNE
Wind State cross cross-
off
cross-
off
cross-
on

Swell History at Jupiter Inlet North Jetty

Surf stats for Jupiter Inlet North Jetty, see the swell variation by month or season on the history page here.

Wind History at Jupiter Inlet North Jetty

Wind stats for Jupiter Inlet North Jetty, see the variation in direction and stength by month or season on the history page here.

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We hope you find the new 12-day forecasts and additional details useful.

Kudos to everyone who helped us debug this over the past 3 months.

Be sure to click on the Advanced Surf option to see extra details about the sea-state. Look out for crossing swells and short period local wind swells and chop that will often spoil a groundswell even if the wind is perfect. As yet there is no allowance for this in the swell rating. This is something we are working on.