Daily Surf Report - 3/24/2015

Inspirational Crystal Quote Of The Day:  "You begin with the possibilities of the material."-Robert Rauschenberg

 A fine mist falls steadily, covering the village in moisture and wisps of fog as we find the temps hovering around the 55 degree mark. It's the kind of morning that brings an unsettled vibe and the anticipation of Log Lady sightings. Yards of yards of beach are visible in all directions and the rocks and stones are making themselves known. Only three of the most disciplined are in the depths this morning, but it appears they are practicing a quiet meditation, as no sliding is observed. Remember, the owls are not what they seem.

CHANNEL:     Far too little water mixed with gusting winds is making this a desolate and forlorn part of the shoreline this morning, as even the far outside has little to no activity. There is a window of opportunity as the tide pushes in, so conditions should improve, but temper your expectations with a heavy dash of realism...

PATCH:   Similar conditions with more reason for optimism as we gaze into the windswept waters of the patch. A watchful eye will be as mandatory as a wetsuit on a morning as this. Rocks and inconsistency are your enemies. As stated previously, there should be room for improvement as the day continues, so read the charts and be mindful of your surroundings.

Respect the Beach


LOW: 9:25 AM -0.2'

HIGH: 4:21 PM 4.7'

LOW: 9:28 PM 2.0

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