Daily Surf Report - 6/27/2013

Now full sunshine and warming up to 72F at noon!  S swell starting to pump in the Patch.
Starfish and urchin spines.  Algae, kelp and scallops.  Sea anemones and nudibranchs.  All on display in the fog as the tide bottoms out and goes negative.  There are also a few mysto waves out there in the mist and if you paddle out you will be happily rewarded.  Not quite the best surfing tide but we do have a NW swell combo-ing up with a SW ground swell.  The union is good for surfing and all spots in town should have waves even if you can't see them from the beach.  Morning temp is 59F and balmy/humid.  High pressure system is over the Bay Area and things are going to heat up significantly as we head into July.  Sun should be out - eventually.
CHANNEL: No wind, thick fog and glassy conditions.  Low tide with all sand and Groin wall showing.  There are thigh high beach breaking lefts out front and towards the pole.  Great to body surf and looks to be rideable on the surfboard as well.  The camp groms will no doubt be on it soon.  More water this afternoon and the current swell will satisfy most surf appetites.

PATCH: Too foggy to see outside but there is some whitewater rolling through the inside Snags.  Tide pool exploration now and surf later when the tide fills in and the fog burns off.  S swell will deliver but bring the log for best results.  Updates will follow.

PACK IT IN, PACK IT OUT. Respect the Beach.


LOW:  9:10 am -0.7'

HIGH:  4:20 pm  5.6'

LOW:  9:54 pm  1.9'

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