Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Daily Surf Report - 3/17/2015

Inspirational Crystal Quote Of The Day:  
"Being Irish, he had an abiding sense of tragedy, which sustained him through temporary periods of joy." - W.B. Yeats

A misty morning with gusty cross winds and 52 degrees as we gaze out to sea. That same wind is spitting off the crests off the few waves observed, and the offerings are minimal. As is the custom, there are the dedicated, the desperate, and a handful of others making their way into uncertain conditions, but the findings are meager.

CHANNEL: Though providing mellow knee-high rollers to the far outside of the marker this morning, wind seems to be the greatest obstacle to this attempting slides in this area. Shapes with some consistency are seen, though with whitewater stew as a topping, and both form and power are lacking as of now. As the water recedes, ye olde channel may make some slider's day, but that will be mid-afternoon, if at all...

PATCH:   Tis an unusual sight to see even the farthest reaches of the patch without those attempting slides, but such is the case this fine morning. No rollers of any consequence are observes, and an overall lack of movement seems to be the issue. This space may not be the place today, but keep a watchful eye, as better days lie just ahead...

Respect the Beach


HIGH: 9:40 AM  6.0'

LOW: 4:02 PM  -0.4'

HIGH: 10:59 PM  5.3'

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