Daily Surf Report - 2/27/2014

Inspirational crystal quote of the day:  
“I haven’t a clue how my story will end, but that’s all right. When you set out on a journey and night covers the road, that’s when you discover the stars.”- Nancy Willard

Ripped and torn, crashed and burned.  Past storm churned with chocolate milk colored ocean.  Not really fit for fish or fowl but perfect for private school teens?!  Plenty of rain last night but clear and sunny now with patchy blue skies.  Still a bit of wind but not too bad - probably wouldn't help or hurt today.  Enjoy the wet and take a hike is my best advice.  Will need a day to calm down and another big storm is predicted for Friday.  Drive slow as the roads are littered with branches and such and remain wet. 


CHANNEL:  Here there and everywhere with storm surf pieces of waves up to chest high.  Are they rideable?  Who knows as there are no takers yet and it is not too inviting.  Also a Michael Jordan sized high tide still peaking and rushing up the ramp carrying the debris from last night.

PATCH:  Sloppy mess and high tide nonsense.  Partial almost waves that look like waist high junk-funk.  Maybe if the weather stays calm and the tide goes out it might work later.  Doubtful.

Respect the Beach.


HIGH: 9:32 am 6.6'

LOW: 3:57 pm -0.7'

HIGH: 10:52 pm 5.6'

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