Strong Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 6.55 a.m. on Saturday 26th April 2014:
It’s a bit breezy out there this morning, probably more like it often is at this time of year.
The wind is gusting from the south, pushing into the right-handers that are spinning off the Point, the sea a dark and broody, translucent steel-blue, the sky a rolling blanket of grey and white, a mix of light and dark all brightened by some fat rainbow slices off the Quies.
The surf isn’t all that though – yet.
Three feet of sullen and hesitant surf is bouncing off the Point, curling into the wind and reeling shorewards but without much of a wall. A shoulderless peak, peeling across the bay.
It’s going to build, there’s little question about that, it’s just a question of when and by how much.
The Harlyn Classic is due to run this morning, probably at Harlyn in these conditions. So let’s have a quick stroll over there to see what’s happening…….
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