Medium Offshore wind
Surf conditions at 7.30 a.m. on Saturday 12th October 2013:
That surf is small this morning, real small, rideable but probably more fun on something longer and wider and thicker.
Given the balmy temperature of the water though, at least it is not an ordeal to get in there!
Right now barely a foot of surf is shuffling onto the sand, the wind still fresh and blowing from the north north east, ripping into those lefts again. The sky is dark and broody, a weak attempt at lightness being made over to the east, while the chillness of the wind is reminding us that Winter isn't far off!
High tide is later on this morning and there might be some improvement by then but it's only a small high tide, so don't expect too much of a push. At least the tide should help to provide some wind protection by shuffling the break behind the headland and the Point again.
So, a longboard glide is about as much as we can hope for today!
Just in case you're not hooked up to any social media stuff, tragic news spread up the coast yesterday of the death on Thursday night of 'Chops' Lascelles. Steve England can say it much better than I at www.carvemag.com/2013/10/the-passing-of-a-legend-rip-chops-lascelles/#.Ulj-XK6Ogt0
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