Light Onshore wind
Surf conditions at 6.55 a.m. on Tuesday 4th March 2014:
That's all a bit calmer!
As predicted, the wind has eased off completely this morning with not much more than a light side shore breeze to ruffle and bump and mush the still solid surf. The waves are crashing through at about five to six and seven to eight feet, all thick and heavy looking, those fat rollers making their stuttering way to slam into the beach.
There's going to be even more debris and wreckage along the coast once this swell has settled.
But if you're looking to go surfing then here is probably not the place, not this morning!
Even though it's a bright and cheery morning all calm and pleasant, the surf doesn't want to play. It's all thick and heavy and still angry looking, breaking here, there and everywhere. Plus, the paddle through those rips would be torture as well!
Let's have a squint at harlyn.
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