Monday, June 8, 2009

Random Monday Morning Surf Report – Clean but a little smaller

Today is looking surfable…a surf day if you will…but nothing special overall.

Our SW swell (185-205) has trailed off from the weekend while NW windswell has built slightly at a few of the better exposed areas.



On average most spots are running in the knee-waist high range this morning with the lower tide. The increasing tide is going to slow down shape for most of these spots over the next couple of hours.

The top S-SW facing spots are seeing waist-chest high sets with an occasional shoulder high section sneaking through. The bigger waves are pretty inconsistent but look fun when they show.

Winds are mostly light and variable to even light offshore right now. Look for moderate NW winds to develop by the afternoon and come onshore around 10-15 knots at the more exposed breaks.

This morning the beach breaks are looking a little more crossed up than they had been…but I would still look for the points/reefs to hold better shape, particular as the tide starts to fill in a bit more.

Here are the tides…

04:51AM LDT -0.7 L
11:23AM LDT 3.4 H
03:39PM LDT 2.4 L
09:48PM LDT 5.7 H

3 comments:

deckmanx said...

Water temp has dropped like 5 degrees. Back to a full suit in the beginning of June? Blasphemy

Anonymous said...

Just came back from WATCHING people surfing in Newport (56-Orange)... looked consistent at chest-shoulder and lots of corners and peaks...

F$$k being a responsible person and working!!!!

ps: Big Belly Deli rules!!!

Adam Wright said...

I agree with all of those comments.

(and now I want to order a 6310 too)