Surf conditions at 5.50 a.m. on Thursday 14th August 2014:
It’s a cold and windy and damp one this morning, in spite of last night’s wonderful sunset.
A chill and blustery, west north westerly wind is gusting into the bay, pushing in lots of three to four feet or bigger, grey and lumpy waves. It’s a bit of a bleak view with dark cloud banks threatening from just over there, thin slivers of blue giving up hope.
And so it’s a mixed up mess of surf, chunky but close-fetch stuff to battle through for a fast and furious ride back to the beach.
It can be good when it’s choppy, those inside sections of waves hollowing out into churning and sucky little sections. That warm water helps too!
And that’s about as good as it’s going to get today. It might be a bit bigger on this evening’s tide, a bit sucker and bouncier on the dropping tide through midday but choppy all the time!
Good luck to all the guys getting their exam results today!
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