Light Cross-Shore wind
Surf conditions at 7.15 a.m. on Tuesday 13th November 2012:
It's a strangely pleasant morning this morning, a light south sou' westerly breezing across the bay, ruffling the two to three feet of bumpy surf.
There's a dull old sky but with that bright glow from the East, maybe hinting at better to come. Maybe. And it's pretty mild too.
The surf is smaller than hoped for, bumpy and lumpy again but not nearly as mixed up as it has been for how long. It's mainly a couple of feet but the sets are easily three and they are keeping their lined upness, peaking here and there with the odd one peeling for a way.
Once again, if it was summer we'd be all over it like a cable-knit sweater. It being a little chillier than Summer, we might just want to wait for the tide to shift landward a bit.
With the forecasts all showing that wind to twitch more southerly yet and eventually going south easterly, it may be worth keeping an eye on it as the tide drops this afternoon. But I don't think that we are going to see all that until tomorrow.
But tomorrow is likely to be a very different day! You'll have to check our forecasts for that one.
Meanwhile we should be able to enjoy some three footish fun at most of the main breaks along the coast!
Oh and watch it build steadily through this afternoon too!
The Triple Crown of Surfing is rolling with a lay day to start the Reef Hawaiian Pro at Haleiwa, Oahu, Hawaii. The event is scheduled to run over a twelve day period allowing plenty waiting time for the best conditions. With the world title race coming down to the B'Bong Pipe Masters and Sunny (Garcia) just having won the Vans HIC comp at Sunset showing his desire to take a seventh Triple Crown, the stage is set for some great surfing entertainment leading up to Christmas!
Check the Reef Pro action at www.vanstriplecrownofsurfing.com
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