Comments: It’s ridable, not real good though.
Waves mostly around knee high, with choppy conditions. The onshore wind will continue unless a thrundershower shifts the wind
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Surf Report Comments
6:30 am: The waves look a little smaller this Monday morning. The waves are about knee high with fair to good form. The wind is West @ 5-6 knots, see the (pier data) for wind data. 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).
8:25 am: There are some lines for your Monday, but overall they are small. The right tide and spot there will be some fun longboard waves. It’s real glassy this morning…
10:35 am: Small scale but ridable surf for you Monday. The wind has already turned onshore so it’s not glassy anymore. This makes a the waves a little mushier. So knee high and mushy is the call @ mid morning…
1:45 pm: Small semi-choppy surf this afternoon. A thundershower is looming to the west. Will it push through? Think the waves are really small, over if it does…
2:05 pm: Raining at the beach. Still small and weak though and not really glassing off much…
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