Medium Onshore wind
Surf conditions at 7.40 a.m. on Friday 21sth February 2014:
It's a bit of a chillier one this morning, a fresh wind blustering in from the west south west, the odd shower singeing the skin but with blue bits poking through the clouds too.
Yep, it's probably a typically normal winter's day really with a windblown four to five to six foot swell crashing around the bay having not much focus but a whole heap of energy.
That peak in the middle is a real attention grabber.
If (or when) conditions settle, as they eventually must, and we can get back to surf around this side of the headland then that peak is going to be stunning.
If it still exists by then!
Right now, even with a blustering onshore messing things up, the waves there are turning themselves inside out, breaking wider than their height. Imagine it with an offshore and a lined up swell!
But right now getting to it and staying lined up would be a real chore. A chilly chore.
Let's trot on over to Harlyn for a little look.
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