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Long Island New York Surf

Detailed Long Island New York surf forecast maps and the latest eyeball surf report from local surfers in the region. Near-shore swell is shown on the map together with the surf forecast rating for spots in Long Island New York. Find the best places to surf in offshore conditions by selecting the wind option on the forecast map. Windsurfers and kite surfers can also use this option to find more favorable cross-shore conditions in Long Island New York. Our local Wavefinder indicates where some of the best conditions are likely to be found in Long Island New York over the next 7 days. Surf photos from Long Island New York and reviews of the best spots and surfing conditions have been provided by local surfers.

Long Island New York Surf Forecast

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Long Island New York Surf Forecast map for predicting the best wave and wind conditions across the region. For surfers, the map shows the most powerful swell tracking across near-shore open water and not the peak waves experienced by boats out at sea. Move your mouse over the ocean swell symbols or the surf breaks on the coastline to see a more detailed surf forecast including wave period and wind conditions. The forecast updates every 6 hours and most live weather reports update every hour. You can animate the Long Island New York Surf map or show live wind and wave conditions as reported from wavebuoys and local weather stations. Surf breaks shown along the Long Island New York coastline are also listed below.

Long Island New York Photos

Long Island New York Wavefinder

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Best forecast wave conditions in Long Island New York
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Rating0
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0
0
2
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3
3
3
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4
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1
1
1
Wave Height (m) & direction (?)
0.3

ESE
0.5

ESE
0.4

ESE
0.4

ESE
1.8

ENE
1.8

E
1.8

E
2.5

E
3.0

E
3.0

ESE
4.0

E
2.4

ESE
1.8

E
1.2

E
1.0

E
0.7

E
0.6

E
0.6

SE
Period(s) (?)9101096879101112121110101099
Energy(?)1754312625536233011121732239846571525755294202906467
Wind
(km/h)
15 W15
20 W20
20 WNW20
35 NNW35
40 NE40
30 NE30
30 NE30
35 ENE35
35 NE35
30 NE30
30 NNE30
20 N20
15 WNW15
15 W15
15 W15
15 WNW15
20 WNW20
30 WNW30
Wind State(?)cross-
off
cross-
off
offcross-
off
offoffoffcross-
off
cross-
off
offoffoffoffoffcross-
off
offoffoff
High Tide
/ height (m)

8:38AM
8:16PM

9:01PM


9:51PM
10:14AM
2:12PM
10:48PM
11:12AM

12:06AM


1:17AM

2:30PM
Low Tide
/ height (m)
2:13AM


2:57AM
7:22AM
3:51PM
3:48AM

2:13AM


4:46AM
5:45PM

6:45AM

7:20PM
8:03AM

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cloudy
cloudy
light rain
light rain
rain showers
partially cloudy
partially cloudy
partially cloudy
partially cloudy
partially cloudy
Summary
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Rain (mm)
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High °C
587513155667599887
Low °C
366-2-12-145456459577
Chill °C (?)
1430-5-2-50-1123176543
Sunrise
-6:37--6:41--6:41--6:43--6:46--6:47-
Sunset
--4:37--4:34--4:35--4:32--4:36--4:28
Swell1 (m) & direction
0.4

S
0.5

ESE
0.4

ESE
0.4

ESE

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3.0

ESE
3.0

ESE
2.4

ESE
1.8

E
1.2

E
1.0

E
0.7

E
0.6

E
0.6

SE
Period (s)410109-----1112121110101099
Swell2 (m) & direction
0.3

ESE
0.1

S
0.2

SSE
0.2

SSE

-

-

-

-

-

-

-
0.1

S

-

-

-
0.4

SE
0.5

E
0.3

E
Period (s)91344-------9---899
Wind waves (m) & direction
0.3

W
0.6

SW
0.2

W
0.8

N
1.8

ENE
1.8

E
1.8

E
2.5

E
3.0

E

-
4.0

E

-

-
0.4

WNW
0.4

W
0.3

WNW
0.4

WNW
1.1

W
Period (s)2424687910-12--33235


Long Island New York Surf Breaks

Because of Long Island's long stretching coast line reaching out eastwards in to the Atlantic, the south facing side has a large swell window especially for hurricane swells. NE winter swells can cause problems for quite a few breaks as they don't pick up. If you fancy a drive then there are a few known decent reefs that can be scored on good swells. The water can get quite cold so you'll need a winter wettie. Barrier islands up the coast catch plenty of swell, so a 4WD is a good idea if you want to go exploring. The further you head along, the more access becomes restricted due to the privately owned gated beaches.