Surf conditions at 7.15 a.m. on Wednesday 27th March 2013:
Is that an odd snow flake drifting in the breeze? I think so!
But there's not that same savage bite of cold as yesterday, a balmy 0 deg C is showing on the thermometer and the breeze is lighter, not the gnawing, clawing, biting wind of yesterday.
The surf is a fraction bigger, a teasing and tempting one to two feet, deliciously peeling knee high, hollow walls.
So, what are you going to do?
The surf should build, if only just a little, on this afternoon's tide. And you are going to need patience too, there's a big gap between waves, a long wait for sets.
But if (when!) the sun burns through this early morning, low level haze, it should be warmer and those little peelers will look more attractive!
Yep, it looks like more longboard gliding this afternoon!
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