Light Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 6.25 a.m. on Wednesday 23rd April 2014:
It’s yet another grey start to the day, the silver surface of the sea merging seamlessly with the silver surface of the sky, a darker band somewhere in-between.
And it’s raining.
And the surf is not all that either.
But, in amongst all that silver and grey is just a hint of brighter stuff, a whiter glare just over there.
And even though the surf is barely a foot, maybe a couple of feet on those very rare sets, there is that look to it, that look of a beginning, a beginning of a new swell – hopefully. The wind is light and from the south sou’ west, just strong enough to put a little surface chop on it all, a little crumble on those little waves.
So, it’s not great this morning but there is something cosy going on, along with the sense of a new swell on the way.
We should be surfing a half decent couple to three feet of fairly lined up but maybe just a little frothy and bumpy surf by late morning.
A lunchtime HTC session maybe?
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