Light Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 7.20 a.m. on Thursday 6th March 2014:
It's a grey day, mild but fully overcast.
The surf is rolling in at three to four feet, maybe a fraction bigger on those long-time-coming sets. The wind is light but has freshened in the last half hour or so, blowing in from the south, almost feeling like a south south easterly but not quite. It is making the surf a little bumpy and unpredictable while still managing to blow spray off the tops as those waves break.
There is definitely a touch of something spring like in the air, these lighter mornings filled with birdsong in spite of the dullness, the wind losing that harsh bite the calmer but still lively sea becoming more inviting.
It won't be long before those summer days are here!
But in the meantime, the surf here is okay, not all that but doable if you're keen enough.
Let's have a look over the headland at Harlyn.
I'm away as of tomorrow, just for a few days meaning that there will be no surfcheck until next week.
Cheyne should be opening the shop although he might not be able to on Saturday (yeah, I know, open through all those storms and then wait for the best forecast weekend of the year to close!)! So it might be a idea to 'phone first to check on Saturday.
But open Friday and Sunday!
Have a great weekend!
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