Strong Onshore wind
Surf conditions at 7.00 a.m. on Sunday 27th October 2013:
It was clear and calm last night wasn't it! The organisers of last night's 'Masked Ball' must be feeling relieved this morning!
The wind is freshening up again this morning though, steadily blowing from the south west and making a mess of those chunky waves out there. And those waves are starting to get biggish. It's difficult to tell precisely as they're breaking way out, the wind pushing those waves over way too early.
But it is well overhead already, six to eight foot plus and that is nothing to what it should be by tonight.
It is such a shame that the storm is moving in just about exactly with the swell, so by the time the swell peaks those storm force winds are going to make a mess of any chance of a surf at any of our main surfing breaks!
But if we're quick we might just get a fun morning at Harlyn before trekking off in search of even more shelter than that can provide!
Take it easy if you are getting out there though, even at those super sheltered spots! This is looking like a real solid swell underneath all that windswept stuff, so it could just get a bit tricky pretty quickly!
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