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

Monday, July 28, 2008

Cool Seasonal Weather; No Swells of Interest

The title pretty much says it all. Typical July/August seasonal weather, a little cooler than average. Wind swells and background swells not producing any surf with size or punch. It's not like there's NO waves, just crappy, mushy plain oatmeal or lima beans.

Things are forecast to get worse weather wise, with drizzle slated for tomorrow morning under a massive 2500 foot marine layer. Water temps at the farshore buoy have dropped back under 55 degrees.

I'm feeing better and was gonna crack it this morning until it came time to get up and I realized that it was just going to be gray, foggy and cold with not much to surf. So I switched off the alarm, got up to pee and then went back to bed.

It'll be worse tomorrow with the drizzle but the boyz will be out. Maybe that will supply the motivation needed that seems to be lacking.

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