Strong Offshore wind
Surf conditions at 7.15 a.m. on Monday 11th March 2013:
It's blowing a bit this morning, not the arctic tempest that had been flagged up but that north easterly wind is cold enough and harsh enough to make you think twice!
The swell has dropped, which is not surprising with that wind blowing against the swell all night but there is still a foot or two of tempting looking swell, producing the very occasional almost three footer.
There's a nice little peak just off the Point which is always nice to see but whether it's worth the temperature exposure, I'm not so sure. And it is only going to become more exposed to this wind as the tide drops back.
If you can find somewhere sheltered by this wind but exposed to the swell then you're going to have a fun time but otherwise, it might be best to just wrap up warm!
The action is sliding along at the Quikky Pro at Snapper Rocks on the Gold Coast of Australia with some rip roaring surfing going down. Follow all the action at quiksilverlive.com/progoldcoast/2013
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