Medium Offshore wind
Surf conditions at 8.05 a.m. on Monday 12th November 2012:
There are little waves whip-cracking across the shoreline this morning.
The wind is straight offshore, blowing a bit and so is holding up those one foot waves until the last possible second before they flick themselves to the shallows.
It is small though. Two feet at the very most on the biggest sets after waiting the longest time.
But that is on the dropping tide, a couple of hours before low. So it will build, if only a bit on the incoming tide this afternoon. And the swell could start to re-build as well as the first signs of that intense depression out there start to show themselves.
It could be fun by this afternoon!
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