Daily Surf Report - 5/24/2015

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

Mysterious morning with fog settling in and swirling about.  A sinister SW wind putting the bite on the temps and rippling an already unwelcoming ocean surface.  Sun is an enigma presently and may stay reclusive.  Temp is 53F and fills with mist.  Just a steezy mix of sloppy windswells on tap as buoys stay silent and await the new arrival coming next week.  For now we all Try Wait for better conditions.   

CHANNEL:   Tide still drop drop dropping to bottomless lows.  What water remains is a janky jumbled joint justified only by the dawn cracking crew that must get wet.  Textured surfaces lend to the allure and waves of non-consequence rise up just above one's knee cap region.  Hoots and hollers were to be heard through the resounding gloom but whether they were of joy or frustration was unclear at present time.  

PATCH:  Those waiting for the new S swell have staked their claim in the Patch and likely are about 48 hours early.  Holding steady, smooth and flat this morning as water levels recede and hope fades into oblivion.  A better bet that does bring interest and excitement will be the afternoon into evening tide push which may stack wave heights above the current ankle range.

Respect the Beach


HIGH: 4:18 AM   4.5' 

LOW: 11:02 AM   0.2'

HIGH: 6:34 PM   4.8'

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