Howling Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 8.05 a.m. on Monday 27th January 2014:
Well, the wind must be just a degree or two south of westerly, it is almost offshore here this morning.
But it is blasting through!
And the surf is pretty big, with the bigger sets breaking on that offshore bank that usually only breaks every now and then. Those waves are pretty close together too for a big swell, even after swinging around the headland.
Right now, pretty much at full low tide, it does look 'challenging' (!?), with big and gnarly sand dredging waves turning themselves inside out, mostly closing out the full width of the beach but, just occasionally, one of them whipping a stand-up-tall-and-proud kind of tube across the bay.
You'd have to be keen to take this lot on today!
So, a day for explorers?
Those tucked away little havens of pleasure, the mysto spots of pub talk? It could well be worth a little forage today!
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