Medium Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 7.20 a.m. on Monday 26th November 2012:
I'm not that sure that we've seen the back of those deluges just yet, the sky this morning is as grey as can be, the north north westerly wind tumbling a very full sky. But it can't last forever, eh?
The surf is in the four foot region, that same wind not really effecting it too badly yet. The wave faces are clean, the waves themselves a little on top of each other. Most of the forecasts are showing an increase in wind strength but right now it's just a steady crosshore, light wind.
We should see some brighter skies by the afternoon too but that's not going to help the surf which will still be three to four feet and generally sloppy.
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 on Saturday.
I wonder if competitive surfing has just become cool?
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