Calm Offshore wind
Surf conditions at 6.20 a.m. on Tuesday 18th June 2013:
Did you catch that sunset last night!? A little reminder that it is Summer maybe.
But this morning is a bit of a sullen affair, all still and heavy, moisture in the air and clinging to the hedgerows.
The surf has dropped too.
Those folding and peaking walls of yesterday have been replaced by weak little ankle snappers, one foot of glassy but hesitant peaks. That is just ahead of low tide and so it is probably at its very worst. Let's hope that it builds as the tide rises! The forecasts are showing a little strengthening to the swell, an opening out of the wave period.
Right now it's about a foot but I would expect it to be a decent couple of feet for high tide.
And the wind is forecast to stay away with only the lightest of breezes, mainly offshore.
Let's hope that the skies brighten too, although at least it is pretty mild again today.
So, a glider of a day, grab the longboards and let's go have some fun!
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