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

Sunday, July 20, 2008

All Fog; No Swell; Very Grey

Sat pic shows a deepening marine layer and those small clouds over inland SoCal represent a high level low pressure trough that has moved in over the state. Therefore temps have cooled and it's even more summer today than it was yesterday.

And to make things worse, the south swell slated for today decided to cancel. While waves and period look pretty good on the Harvest Buoy (which can be a good indicator for swell and for calculating swell arrival times in the Bay), those waves aren't getting in here yet. What is here are lot's of surfers at one of the most well known spots in town.

If you like crowds, you'll love this place.

I've managed to pick up some sort of virus, sore throat and headache. My son's had it for almost a week, and I've talked to several people (in and out of the water) who've had it. Summertime colds...they suck! Maybe the timing is right...unless it jumps up and pumps tomorrow morning.

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