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

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Short Burst of Indian Summer



Both the weather and the wave action cooled today as a low pressure trough drifted across Norcal and the south swell continued to decline. Although the early morning paddle out was almost a carbon copy of the last three days, by afternoon temps had dropped precipitously. The end to a short but nice run of "Indian Summer."

Surf was fun though, with light offshores and fun low tide peelers. I was in the water pre-sunrise and paddled into my first wave at 0700. I had the place to myself for 40 minutes, bagging 12 waves before anyone joined me. I caught eight more before calling it a morning and paddling back to the pier where I launched.

The marine layer is back and tomorrow promises to be overcast and chilly. So long gorgeous sunrises and gentle warm offshore breezes.
September 27, 2007 (Th)
In: 0642
1st Wave: 0700
Out: 0837
Wave count: 20
WT=57
AT=54
Wx: Clear and cloudless
Tide: Rising (1.7' to 3.8')
Wind: Light offshore
Sea Surface: Glassy to light texture
Buoy: NWS
0600: 4.3 @ 14.8 SSW
0700: 3.9 @ 11.4 WNW
0800: 3.9 @ 11.4 WNW
0900: 3.9 @ 11.4 NW
10'4" Angulo SUP
Reefs: Rock and sand
Waves: 3' @ 12.5 (approx. ave.) Storm Surf Buoy Model

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