By Mike Busch 9-25-2020
As Hurricane Teddy moved north into colder water, it made the transition to an extra-tropical storm. It is a complicated process but typically ends up with a much bigger wind field and footprint. As you can see in the satellite photo below, the outer edge of the storm actually covered the eastern half of Long Island on Tuesday. Surfers caught some amazing rides down the beach starting on Page 3.
As the storm moved away and winds died down, the surfing conditions improved with cleaner sets. After work I headed out to Cupsogue Beach and Moriches Inlet to get some shots. The surf was chaotic here as waves bounced back off the beach creating explosions in the surf line.