Medium Offshore wind
Surf conditions at 10.30 a.m. on Monday 4th March 2013:
Well it's a day to put a spring in your step, the clear blue sky quartered by vapour trails (or chem trails?), the wind offshore, a little too strong offshore and the swell small, a little too small.
So, a good day to start with a quick trip to Truro, slowed down only by a two seater settee parked across the outside lane on the Fraddon hill, eeek!
Back home, there's barely a foot of squeaky clean and vertical surf. That mind surfing perfection for a micro surfer. You could probably glide a longboard across those peaks just ahead of high tide and maybe again later but it is really very small.
Not quite flat but real small!
I'm guessing that it might just push a bit this afternoon on the turn of the tide if the wind eases up as it's forecast to, so longboards at the ready!
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