Daily Surf Report - 2/6/2015

Inspirational Crystal Quote Of The Day:
"Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go." - TS Eliot

Frothy, frenzied and fierce conditions.  Good adjectives just not when describing ocean conditions.  High winds and sheets of rain starting to fall as the storm gets rolling in earnest.  Seek shelter and refuge from the fury and hunker down with green tea and good literature.  A general oceanic mess with grand-scale windswell showing its fangs.  Attempts at ocean entry will be resoundingly meet with refusal as conditions are not surf worthy.

CHANNEL:  Whitewater with size and all over the place.  No shape, form or consistency observed and the high winds will keep things messy for the near future.  Rising tide will send water up the ramp to the street and debris already litters the ground and ocean.  Not quite the surf day some were hoping for and not recommended for all level surfer today.  

PATCH:  Churned and choppy.  Whitewater chunks and nothing to surf or see that puts things in a positive light.  Try Wait for the storm to pass then reassess the situation.  Today is not a surf day in the Patch.

Respect the Beach


LOW: 6:39 AM  2.1'

HIGH: 12:36 PM  5.4'

LOW: 6:52 PM  0.5'

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