Medium Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 6.50 a.m. on Saturday 2nd November 2013:
It's a surprisingly bright and cheery morning this morning, the south sou' westerly wind steady and not too strong, the swell smaller than yesterday but still grinding in.
There looks like two slightly different swells rolling in this morning, the biggest peaks, maybe five feet, sliding past the Reef and the bay and hitting the Point and the Slab, smaller sets standing up behind the Reef, not much more than three to four feet.
There is a lot of cross chop bouncing around out there too even though the wind isn't that strong (yet!), and there's a swift rip moving a lot of water through the middle of the bay as well.
Other than that though.....!
A lot of those conditions could be down to the dropping tide, it could be worth a little look back around lunch time, although that wind is forecast to increase steadily throughout the day, ending up blowing another hooley by this evening!
Let's have a look over the headland at Harlyn, that will be more sheltered......
The Posca British National Championships should wrap up at Fistral today and the surf should enable the guys to put on an entertaining display! It should be worth a gander if you're around that way.
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