Surf conditions at 5.35 a.m. on Monday 11th August 2014:
It’s more Autumn than Sumer out there this morning with a fresh westerly wind shaking the hedgerows and piling the sand.
The surf is a disappointing three to maybe four feet, a mixed up mess of waves glinting and glistening beneath that fat moon that is hanging above the Reef just ahead of high tide.
Those clumps of clouds are scurrying about the sky revealing gorgeous pink and blue bits in the gaps, battleship grey otherwise. I think that it’s safe to assume that there is a chance of the odd shower or two today! But we should have enough brightness again too.
So, a mixed up and choppy mess of surf is as much as we can expect around here today so let’s wander over to Harlyn to see if it’s any better over there…….
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