This is an exciting time for surfers on the East Coast and Caribbean. These enhancements for the New England and Caribbean regions will undoubtedly make our forecasts much clearer and more effective.
Huntington Beach, CA (PRWEB) May 15, 2012
Have you ever been to New England during the summer? It is sensational. A New England summer boasts perfect days and a refreshing Atlantic Ocean in close range, welcoming surfers for a session.
Seemingly impossible, summer in New England just got better. Surfline is proud to announce more detailed forecast coverage in the New England region. Previously, the forecasting team solely issued one written forecast for the varying New England coastline. Now, the team issues detailed forecasts for three separate regions – New Hampshire/Maine, Cape Cod, and Rhode Island. With the amount of beach traffic during the New England summer and gas prices through the roof, refined and detailed forecasts are more necessary than ever before, especially in a coastal region as diverse as New England.
Changes on the website have also been made to assist those in the Caribbean. Surfline has increased the frequency of the Puerto Rico forecasts from three days to five days. Additionally, the company has upgraded the Puerto Rico LOLA Nearshore Swell Model, providing a level of detail unavailable elsewhere. Check out all of the latest changes here - New England Blog
Mike Watson, East Coast Forecast Manager/Lead Forecaster comments, "This is an exciting time for surfers on the East Coast and Caribbean. These enhancements for the New England and Caribbean regions will undoubtedly make our forecasts much clearer and more effective." Surfline is confident that these changes will allow you users in New England and Puerto Rico to really "Know Before You Go!"