Comments: It’s ridable, not real good though.
Waves mostly only knee high, with semi-choppy conditions unless the rain glasses it off
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Surf Report Comments
6:20 am: The waves look a little smaller than yesterday early on this Tuesday morning. The waves look only up to about knee high with fair to good form. The wind is NE @ 2 knots. See the (pier data) for wind data & water temp. The local buoy is showing groundswell of 0.3 feet at 10.5 seconds, the exact same reading as yesterday. The marine forecast calls for the wind to shift onshore this afternoon. (see up to the minute wind info here).
8:30 am: Looking mighty small as we head toward mid morning. Glassy with super light winds. Overcast at the beach with sun trying to poke through…
2:00 pm: Small scale waves but fun for the surf campers anyway. You can see them riding the super small scale surf in box #2. It doesn’t take much for a grom to have a blast.
4:00 pm: A shower is looming so the wind is shifting. Small, very small surf at mostly less than a foot. Around high tide there were a few 1 foot plus waves. The outgoing tide seems to drop the swell…
7:15 pm: Super small surf as it gets closer to dark. Rainy and gloomy at the beach. arrg….
- * Eight seconds from the Surf Station Surf Camp today.
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In case you missed it department: Here is a link to photos of Chris Tincher’s Oldest City Log Jam on Cody Coleman’s website.
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Dean’s Surf Station Surf Forecast looks ahead to what the waves will do behind an unusual late June “cold” front.
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