Photo Gallery: “Hurricane Epsilon Swell”
Hurricane Epsilon became the 4th major hurricane of the 2020 season on October 21 — reaching it’s peak intensity of 115mph. It came within 190 miles from Bermuda before heading North. Luckily Epsilon made a turn North and stayed in the Atlantic Ocean, avoiding any chance of landfall.
Luckily for us, we received plenty of swell in the 6-9’+ range with beautiful Fall weather and ideal wind conditions. By the afternoon of Oct. 24th, the swell really shaped up and delivered some of the best conditions we’ve seen all year. Below are some photos taken by Billy Stewart, Rebecca Meyers and Terry Mullikin.
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