Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Flatness for Wednesday – another day on Lake Pacific

Wednesday is not going to be a surf day.

There might be a few longboard sets on the lower tides...but for the most part there isn’t going to be much surf.

Swellwise there is just a bit of leftover S-SW mix and some very small WNW windswell...both are very small and when the tide has filled in it basically has flattened out any surf we had. Tomorrow looks like more of the small. Here is yet another boring CDIP image...

On average most spots are going to see ankle-knee high surf tomorrow. It will be small, soft, and close to shore. Longboards will probably be the best...everything else is going to feel pretty slow.

Wind will be light and variable in the morning and moderate onshore W flow around 10-14 knots moves in through the afternoon.

I will post the tides but really we don’t need them.

01:19AM LDT 0.9 L
07:02AM LDT 3.5 H
12:37PM LDT 1.2 L
06:57PM LDT 5.2 H


Anonymous said...

Oh my Christ.....Here we go again, another crappy summer...Maybe Blacks will pull in a 3ft set this weekend...I plan on going with 80 of my closest friends......

Anonymous said...

friggin crap out there. not even the mice could drop in.

Adam Wright said...

yeah it is pretty lame...I can usually motivate for a little water time but what we have out there is ridiculous.