Daily Surf Report - 9/24/2010

Sunshine and lots of it start the day today. Temps are already mild and warming up. There is a high pressure system settling in over the Bay Area with inland temps to be in the 80s - 90s - 100s through Wed. We should have light offshore winds this weekend and if you don't have A/C, the beach will be the place to be to cool off.

NW gulf swell from around 300+ degrees is showing on the buoys and will deliver surf late today and into the weekend. Currently the surf is glassy, smooth and small. The Channel has a nice left that is 1 - 2' and rolls along to the inside of the Groin. You can see the NW angle as the Mali-Bo right is working on the inside and the left can be turned back into a right as well. Everyone is on a longboard. Patch is also about 1 - 2' high and breaking on the inside only. There are intermittent sets that are slightly bigger at both spots.

Just a reminder to pack your trash!!! PACK IT IN, PACK IT OUT. Respect the Beach.

Low - 6:17 am 1.6'
High - 12:39 pm 5.6'
Low - 6:51 pm 0.7'

We are now open daily from 9am - 6pm for our summer hours through October. Come out to rent if you need gear. We have a full selection of suits, boots, boards and SUPs to rent every day and are only 522 steps to the beach.

Come by the shop to view our new Fall inventory of boards and wetsuits. We just re-stocked the rack with everything from fishes to classic longboards and hooded wetsuits, booties and gloves for men and women.

We have new wetsuit models in stock from O'Neill - Psycho RG8 and Rip Curl - Core Insulator with hood for men and women so take a look if you need a new suit for the Winter surf season.

Also, check out our new run of clothing as well from Jack's Happy, Ando & Friends, HippyTree, Carve and Singlefin. New shop stickers are in just in time for Halloween!