Surf conditions at 6.15 a.m. on Sunday 16th June 2013:
There's only the lightest of breezes this morning and that is south, south easterly, just about offshore. And so the four to five feet of rolling surf should be clean and sharp and neat and tidy.
But it's not.
You can see the spray gently blowing off the back of the waves but those waves are a little close together still, a little on top of each other and still a little fat and bumpy.
That should all change as the wind does its work in sprucing and smartening this swell, evening those lumpy waves and creating more of a gap. But the wave period is only small, this swell is only left over windswell really, so it's unlikely to get that good but it should end up being cleaner and more organised, probably by high tide later this morning.
And it's a little grey out there this morning too, the air damp, not quite rain but something close, drifting in the breeze. I think that might change to a more constant sprinkling of rainfall soon enough though.
Yeah, I'd roll over and snuggle for another wee while and let today shake off that early morning fug before leaping out there.
It could/should be good later though!
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