After learning about how beach erosion happens more in the fall and winter months, I'm considering taking the family on a late-season vacation to a northeast US beach. From your videos and blogs, I understand that any question I might want to ask about cold-season detecting will probably depend on a number of factors. So, to avoid an "it depends" answer, I think I'm wondering what my odds/chances are of finding some decent conditions if I'm targeting November as a timeframe to be at the beach. Considering that beach conditions change daily, I'm hoping a few days or a long weekend will be enough to increase our chances of encountering a low beach. In your experience, is November a solid timeframe and is a few days enough, or would I need to book a week, etc?Many thanks!