Strong Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 6.15 a.m. on Sunday 10th August 2014:
There’s a steady southerly wind blowing those big black storm clouds along, sending them packing up the coast and beyond.
And there’s a big and bright, blue patch of sky opening up as today unfolds. There was a bit of rain earlier and it was heavy but not the biblical tempest that was being talked of yesterday.
Hmm, I wonder if those forecasts have got it wrong?
Then again, that wind is gusting occasionally!
Anyway, right now it’s a bit breezy but the sky is brightening quickly.
The surf is a couple to three feet, quite clean at the moment, a little hesitant still but that should change.
The size should change too, it should double in size on this afternoon’s incoming tide but then the wind is likely to be slipping around more to the west too and that is going to chop it up.
So, we should be seeing some roaring three to four foot surf growling up the beach as the tide returns through the afternoon, all a little bit choppy, all a bit mixed up but generally okay.
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