Surf conditions at 6.20 a.m. on Thursday 28th August 2014:
Ah, it’s a damp ‘n breezy morning, that grey cloud cover emptying itself across the dunes while the fresh sou’ westerly wind skips across the swell lines.
The surf is a half decent three foot or maybe just a wee bit bigger but mushed up by that same wind that is blowing it in. It does look like a dreary Autumn morning with little going for it but it does have that feel to it that it will clear. And we are in that pattern of dull and dreary mornings followed by bright and cheery afternoons! So, the sun worshippers can have a little lie in this morning although I wouldn’t be surprised to see some opposite weather by lunchtime!
The surf is going to be similar all day, although it does often have more allure in some sunshine. Our decision today is going to be three foot and bumpy main surf breaks or real small but sheltered and clean other spots.
Let’s have a little look at Harlyn……
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