Light Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 6.20 a.m. on Sunday 4th August 2013:
Steady rainfall is leaking from that wide, grey sky this morning, the wind gentle so far and from the south, allowing the rain to fall almost vertically.
So the beach is deserted, not a soul in sight, reminiscent of most of the year but unusual for August, even in the rain!
Anyway, the surf is a couple to three feet, a rolling wave, clean on the faces but a bit close together and a bit bouncy. The sea is as grey as the sky, until those waves break white into tourquoise.
It's worth getting wet for but it's not that great right now, although the forecasts are showing a maybe twitch in the wind. It could just slip offshore for a few hours this morning!
I think that we could be enjoying a bit of fun in the rain through the afternoon's rising tide, with HTC being on this evening. And wait a minute, is that some brightness I can see over there already!?
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