Surf conditions at 7.20 a.m. on Wednesday 6th November 2013:
Ah, what would we do without Harlyn on a south westerly wind?
The wind is fairly strong, blowing pretty much straight offshore here this morning, holding those three foot waves upright until that last possible moment when momentum takes over.
The tide is too high right now, the sandbank at the top of the beach washed away from the recent storms but still causing that lagoon effect, a space of water washing back and fore before the too fat break.
That will change as the tide drops back, those fat and lazy waves becoming harder and hollower.
Yep, we should be in for some sand drenching barrels as the tide drops back, most of those hollow waves probably closing out but that odd peeler making it worthwhile!
Is it time to pull the winter wetsuit out yet?
Well the water is still spectacularly mild (for November!) but the wind is chilling it all out. A shorter session in something lighter or a longer, lazier time in a winter warmer?
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