A Weather Report for Surfers

Plan your next surf session with wave meteograms, wave maps and more.

Check current conditions

Nowcast gives you a quick overview of the current conditions at your surf spot.

On your way to the beach, you can quickly check whether waves and weather are really suitable for your next surf session.

Plan with wave meteograms

Surfing mostly depends on wave height, wave period and wave directions.

In order for you to know exactly which day offers which wave conditions, Sonuby’s Surfing report provides easy-to-use and interactive wave meteograms.

They are available as both daily and weekly modules.

Explore surf conditions with weather maps

While wave meteograms give you a good indication of conditions for your exact surf spot, weather maps let you view wave heights, wave periods and wave directions for the entire, surrounding coastline.

You can open weather maps in full screen mode as well as change settings like wave types.

There is more.

Take a look at all features Sonuby offers.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to the most commonly asked questions about Sonuby.

Can I become a beta tester?2023-12-08T17:43:42+01:00

Yes, you can!

There is also the benefit of using Sonuby completely free of charge for the entire time you are a beta tester.

If you would like to receive early access to Sonuby, please send an email to [email protected].

We will send you an invitation and instructions on how to install Sonuby.

I'm missing a weather report for my favorite activity. Will it be supported?2023-12-08T17:42:36+01:00

Future versions of Sonuby will include new pre-built weather reports. Which weather reports will be supported first depends on how many users requested it.

Next up will be a paragliding weather report.

If you want a special weather report, feel free to let me know. Just send an email to [email protected] or contact me via social media.

What does "Sonuby" mean?2023-12-09T23:34:36+01:00

The name Sonuby is derived from the Latin words for sun "solis" and clouds "nube".

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