Calm Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 7.15 a.m. on Sunday 6th October 2013:
It's a quiet and relaxed, peaceful and snuggly old morning this morning.
There's hardly a breeze to disturb the glassy surface of the sea but there's hardly a swell to do that either.
There's a lazy one foot set every now and again, with maybe the very occasional two footer sashaying onto the Reef but you could easily fall asleep waiting for one of them!
The surf should build again on this afternoon's incoming tide, only to a proper foot or two but it should be clean and fun.
Those September swells were making up for a slow start (even if it is October!) with some stoking waves gliding through this last week or two! And, how warm is that water!
It is a bit strange getting winter wetsuit deliveries at the shop when that water temperature is nudging around the top teens! But I guess that it won't be long before those temperatures gradually drop and that thick and warm winter wetsuit becomes your newest and snuggliest, bestest best friend! And this season's suits, with their hydrophobic outers and wicking linings, air bubble neoprene and super stretchy materials are pretty awesome! Drop in on us for a gander if you're around the area this weekend!
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Here's a few pics (on our site) taken by Ollie Sweet (www.pennysweetpro.com):