Surf conditions at 6.15 a.m. on Saturday 24th August 2013:
It's a bit blustery out there this Bank Holiday Saturday morning and chilly too. And that's because there's a pushing north westerly wind blowing in, carrying chillier early morning air and messing the surf up at the same time.
You can see the brighter sky just over there and it seems to be heading our way, gradually but in the meantime it's a chilly place to be.
That choppy sea is battleship grey, all lumpy and bumpy but with the occasional steel blue peak standing tall before spinning beachwards.
There are three to four foot waves bouncing into the bay, those tall peaks being the ones to hunt down but you'll have to wait for them.
And it should all improve as the day rolls on, the wind gradually weakening and then dying away completely this evening.
We might even see some brighter sunshine soon enough too!
Check out the Vintage Arty Crafty Fair in the Parish Hall if you're around this weekend. It should be good. And it's the Great Atlantic Raft Race on Sunday too!
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