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

Thursday, June 14, 2007

Sweeet and Hot!

SoCal comes to NorCal. We get about four or five days like this a year and the last two days have been unseasonably hot! I've never even seen the NWS use their "Hot" graphic on the Forecast at a Glance for the Bay. Probably because I'm a SoCal transplant (35 years ago) I like these days...reminds me of many days spent at Zuma, Secos and County Line surfing with good friends. That doesn't last long though...especially when one paddles out in 52 degree water. The guy riding his longboard bareback didn't last long either.

Grabbed a few quick ones this morning at T8. Wave size has dropped a bit and the best waves were not the small and not the set waves but the medium sized ones. Out at 0755 and surprised to be the first one out. Only one other youngster paddled out before I had to paddle in.

June 14, 2007 (Th)

In: 0755

1st Wave: 0801

Out: 0841

Wave count: 11



Wx: Clear, cloudless skies...warm at 0700 hours

Tide: Incoming (.8' to 1.76')

Wind: Calm to light

Sea Surface: Smooth with some light bump

Buoy: NWS

0800: 7.5 @ 10.8 NW

0900: 6.9 @ 9.1 NW

1000: 6.6 @ 10 NW

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

T8: Beachbreak

Waves: 4' @ 10 Storm Surf Buoy Model

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