Medium Onshore wind
Surf conditions at 6.45 a.m. on Tuesday 17th September 2013:
The wind is blowing, the rain is raining and the surf is bouncing through on this oddly cosy morning.
I think that the air temperature is a bit milder than the last few days, maybe that's why it feels kind of okay, in spite of the weather! And that wind isn't blowing that strongly (yet!).
But the surf is still junky, four to maybe five feet of bouncy and choppy stuff, not as blown out as yesterday, the swell lines are holding but it is onshore and so it is crumbling and choppy.
With the dropping tide exposing those waves to a strengthening wind, I can't see things improving much here today.
Maybe the south coast again for some smaller but cleaner stuff?
Things to do on a damp 'n breezy day:
The European Surfing Championships are running dow in the Azores. You can get the results at eurosurfing.org/2013/eurosurf/live.html
There have already been a couple of epic heats at the Hurley Pro from Trestles, California, with some action packed surfing in those playful waves. Check all the action at www.thehurleypro.com
And here's an old bit of footage that (American) Tim reminded me about. Filmed in 2010 by Ikandi, the 'Longest Day' : youtu.be/JbrFKL_bTUc
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