G. Niblock on the L41 TipSUP Noserider. Photo: J. Chandler

Sunday, June 17, 2007

Early Morning Father's Day Surf

Had a chance to get wet early and briefly before church. The north-south gradient kicked up again and the buoy numbers looked pretty good. Got a few good ones at Roots before time constraints put me on the beach. The marine layer is back in full effect. The image on the right is Saturday's version of nature's mega marine layer...the natural outcome of cold water, moist air and a warm inversion.

June 17, 2007 (Su)

In: 0740

1st Wave: 0750

Out: 0820

Wave count: 7



Wx: Marine layer high overcast

Tide: Incoming (-1.43' to -1.04')

Wind: Light from the southeast

Sea Surface: Very light texture, smoothed by the kelp beds

Buoy: NWS

0700: 10.8 @ 10.8 NW

0800: 8.9 @ 10 NW

0900: 9.5 @ 10.8 NW

Quad Fish - Fins:Future Scimitar 451 (F) 375 Pivot (R)

Roots: Rock reef and sand

Waves: 6.5' @ 11.1 Storm Surf Buoy Model

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