Light Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 6.30 a.m. on Easter Sunday 20th April 2014:
It’s yet another very pleasant morning this Easter Sunday, the sky is bright, the breeze is light but unfortunately there’s barely a wave to ride!
There are a few little snappy waves hitting the shore a couple of hours ahead of high tide but they’re a foot high if that, only very occasionally any bigger. And that breeze, as light as it is, is bitingly chilly this early morning, blowing gently down from the north north east, promising to gust harder later.
But I’m guessing that it might all be a little more fun in half an hour or so. Right now at this state of the tide there’s nothing for those little waves to break on.
And that is probably going to be the story of today again; as the tide hits a shallow spot, a sandbar or rock outcrop, then there will be a little wave tripping over it but as soon as the tide slides into deeper water with nothing to trip those waves up then it will flatten out.
So it looks like another day of fine gliding, longboard sliding and fat fish riding in what might just be the last bits of this stretch of sunny and warm holiday weather.
It could just be ‘all change‘ for this evening!
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