Calm Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 6.30 a.m. on Tuesday 29th April 2014:
It’s a grey start to this morning, a misty, hazy blending of sky, sea and land enveloping us with that cosy silence, interrupted only by the gentle birdsong and whoosh of small waves.
Sorry that I didn’t get round to dropping a surf check yesterday, our internet connection was down at home and the shop all morning. I’m still not sure why but hey ho, you didn’t miss much!
Anyway there’s a foot or two of glassy surf rolling into the bay this morning, those much bigger ones a long way apart but definitely there. And there’s a steady gap between the waves, this little swell seems to have some rhythm to it, so I guess that it could be fun gliding across it on a longboard.
The forecasts are showing a light breeze at most for the rest of the day, that breeze drifting in from the north, nor’ west, while some brighter weather should eventually be allowed through but maybe not until later.
Yep, a little longboard heaven awaits!
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