Surf conditions at 6.10 a.m. on Sunday 24th March 2013:
Oooh, it's still good!
The surf has dropped a little this morning but it is still rolling in at three feet plus, all glassy and peeling and hollow.
The sky is grey and overcast but the wind is light, still offshore still helping to mold and shape those neat little waves.
Yep, it's a lot smaller than yesterday but that's probably not a bad thing, it was turning into a bit of a paddleathon out there by mid-morning.
The swell is likely to gradually decrease over the next couple of days, only slowly but it will be just a bit smaller and just a bit weaker by this afternoon. Although this afternoon's tide will probably compensate for that.
The wind should stay offshore and light enough to make for a great day of surfing here again!
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