Medium Onshore wind
Surf Conditions at 7.25 a.m. on Sunday 25th November 2012:
That was a bit of a stormy one last night wasn't it? And there's plenty of evidence scattered about this morning of some heavy, heavy downpours that were splashed about in those gales through the night.
You can't help but feel for those who have suffered in this deluge, I'm guessing that there's more than a few who had an uncomfortable night! And they say that there's more to come!
But this morning it's all clam and dry (so far!), if a bit chilly and full of threat of more rain to come!
The surf is a raggedy three feet of sloppy junk. If you're all comfy and snug this Sunday morning, maybe cuddling a loved one, maybe chilling after an eventful night then I can't imagine why you would want to move, certainly not to go surfing here this morning!
But maybe Harlyn? Maybe later?
And wow! Thanks to all of you who came up with explanations to the Lunar circle of the other night! And so it seems that what we experienced was a Lunar Halo! A rare thing indeed and a precursor often to a bit of damp weather! There's an image below and google it if you're interested.
Big congrats to SeabassZ (Sebastien Zietz) on taking out the Reef Pro at Haleiwa yesterday!
I wonder if competitive surfing has just become cool?
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