Surf conditions at 7.35 a.m. on Wednesday 2nd October 2013:
It's another overcast morning, a little grey and a little threatening but with brighter stuff trying to push through. And it is mild.
The surf is rolling through, neatly lined up, the wind just a few degrees too far southerly to allow it to be great but keeping those righthanders open and bowling.
There's three to four feet of surf banging in with very occasional sneaky sets whomping through from way outside, a little bumpy from that wind but reeling along quite nicely.
Somewhere like Fistral will probably be treated more kindly by this more southerly wind but it's not too bad here.
The lines are distinctive and the sand seems to be mainly in the right place. The tides are slow right now, so I guess that we're in for another fun day of open and rolling waves!
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