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Hurricane Lee Surf: East Coast Pumps from Florida to Nova Scotia!

Hurricane season really delivered the goods last week, with epic Hurricane Lee surf getting spots firing right across the eastern seaboard. The Caribbean and Florida were first to get the swell, and as the storm tracked north it sent waves right up into Canada. Check out just how good it got in the videos below!

Florida

Swell from Hurricane Lee sent some solid waves to South Florida, as you can see in the first video. And in the second clip we have some surfing from Central Florida. You don’t see surf like this in the Sunshine State very often!
 

Pumping Hurricane Lee Surf - BIG THURSDAY

 
Hurricane Lee delivers some swell to south Florida

 

New Jersey

New Jersey was all-time, with spots up and down the state lighting up. As Hurricane Lee passed by it started to max out at many beach breaks, but there were windows of excellent conditions. Here’s a couple videos from different spots that show NJ at its finest!
 

HURRICANE LEE delivers PUMPING surf to NEW JERSEY

 

Hurricane Lee Surf | Atlantic City

 

New York

Next up New York! NY surfing was in full effect during this unreal session of hurricane surf. The first vid is from Alex Dupkin, who captured some awesome footage from the land and in the water, and the second is from SoCal Surfer who was at Lido Beach recording the action!
 

HURRICANE LEE SURF IN NEW YORK

 

EPIC HURRICANE LEE SURFING IN NEW YORK

 

Maine

Here’s a little clip from WMTW Channel 8, with a drone flying over Higgins Beach, Maine. It gives you a glimpse of the clean waves the local surfers enjoyed!
 

Surfers out on the waves in Maine as Hurricane Lee approaches

 

Nova Scotia

We finish way up north in Nova Scotia, where Canadian surfers were treated to some truly excellent conditions thanks to the long period swell generated by Hurricane Lee. Alex Boutilier posted this video of a spot looking pretty perfect!
 

Surfing Hurricane Lee (Nova Scotia)

 
That’s it for this round, let’s see what the rest of this hurricane season brings!

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