Surf conditions at 5.50 a.m. on Saturday 9th August 2014:
It’s a wee bit chilly out there this morning, especially after the last how long!
Banks of cloud, some of them that orangey grey, pinky blue kind of colour, a colourful threat of a heavy shower or two, are bouncing and tumbling across the close horizon. The sea is grey, a deep and dark, more wintery colour this morning.
But it’s early yet and the forecasts are pretty much all showing that it should brighten up, which it is already trying to do.
So it looks as though we are in for a blustery but bright enough day and with some surf!
There’s a couple of feet of sloppy and choppy stuff rolling into the bay, all a bit mixed up but rideable. The guys down at Fistral are going to have to work hard in the Boardmasters today!
That two foot surf should build a the day rolls on, this brisk south westerly wind strengthening too and helping to push the swell up. And then there’s Bertha, that tropical storm that has been getting people excited. We might just see some increase in size by this afternoon but it’s going to be tomorrow before we see any real swell I thnk.
Anyway, there’s plenty of bumpy stuff to surf in the meantime but let’s have a look and see if anything is getting into Harlyn……..
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