Calm Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 7.00 a.m. on Wednesday 20th March 2013:
It's a brightish one this morning, big marshmallow clouds bumbling along the horizon, wide open blue stretches above. The breeze is light and the sun is bright but it is still chilly!
With the odd hail shower too.
The surf is small, as expected, a foot, occasionally two at most and it is a bit weak looking, that sloppy glass type of stuff. But it could be fun on a longboard.
And it is the Vernal equinox, the sun beating straight down on the equator, just about to head north to warm us up for summer, our first day of Spring!
It won't be long before the gloves and boots are off and lighter suits slipped on!
But right now, if you want to go planking at mini-Maliboobys then you're advised to pile on the rubber! The water temperature is really mild this year but it is still pretty nippy!
Here's a little edit of Rhys (Barfield)'s visit to the epi-centre of global surfing, the Gold Coast, Queensland: vimeo.com/61471422
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