Surf conditions at 08.15 a.m. on Friday 7th March 2014:
It's a bit of an odd one this morning, there's a lot of grey sky filled with mizzle but just over there there's blue stuff too.
Goss Moor was thick with fog and wetness on my early morning Bodmin trip earlier, yet clear and bright scenes could be seen in the distance from the higher parts. It has that spring or even summery feel to it even though it's actually a dreary and fairly miserable start to the day!
And the surf is like that too.
Three to four foot waves are lazily rumbling around the bay, the wind light and westerly to west north westerly. It's another one of those if-it-was-summer days with those bumpy and lumpy swells throwing off some clean and occasionally surprisingly hollow inside grinders. But you have to paddle through the bumpy and rippy stuff to get to them first.
There should be some pretty good surf somewhere today but it's not great here. It's okay but not all that!
I'm away later on, 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 weekend forecast of the year to close!).
So it might be an idea to 'phone first to check on Saturday.
But open Friday and Sunday!
Have a great weekend!
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