Sand enthusiasts and water intermediaries are agitated over the potential for Hurricane Earl to dampen their Labor Day weekend. But those who own a board have different sentiments.
The New York Daily News writes that Earl is on pace to be the biggest storm affecting the Atlantic Coast since 1991’s Hurricane Bob. While its still unclear how close the system will come to making landfall, surfers at New York’s Rockaway Beach were preparing for waves of potentially record proportions.
“It’s gonna be double overhead on Friday – double your height!” Jessica Findley, a Brooklyn resident, told the News. (See photos of the deadliest hurricanes in U.S. history)