Light Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 7.55 a.m. on Thursday 6th February 2014:
We're back up and running with the website (well, just about!) as well as electricity and everything!
And now we have superfast broadband in here as well!
Time to get a new website sorted I think!
In the meantime here's what it's like down in the bay this morning:
The wind has dropped and swung around to the south while the rain is a little more occasional than it has been but it is another grey old day in Cornwall.
The surf has calmed a little as well, those monster swells have eased to a more normal eight foot surf stuff, the wind almost offshore, a little spray blowing over the back of those watery walls.
But it's still too big for itself, kind of lined up off the Reef but bouncing and unpredictable too.
Nope, it's not the place to be looking to surf today, it would need a steady offshore wind for a while to clean up this swell after being blown about so much for so long.
So let's have a little look over at Harlyn...
And another massive congratulations to the phenomenon that is Kelly Slater, this year's Volcom Pipe Pro Champion. If you stayed up last night you will have seen that outrageous backhand no-hands barrel tuck, ten points and another twenty grand in the bank!
Also, a huge shout out to Jamie Nicholls on getting through to the Snowboard Slopestyle Final in Sochie!
And it hasn't even started yet!