Daily Surf Report - 9/8/2016

"Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your own mind." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Splattered and shattered as W winds with a propensity to blow seek to overwhelm the currently building swells. Enriched fog with droplets to spare keep wipers on and streets slick.  A resounding weather change though temps remain modest at 59F.  Wall jockeys wait and debate while others migrate seaward in hopes of a clean face.  The overall energy is up but the conditions are clearly blemished. 

CHANNEL: Choppy and challenged as the budding NW windswell does not play well with the current gales.  Uneven seas have surfers scattered about in a quest to fixate upon a beacon of optimism.  Getting wet is the name of the game in many respects today.  Tides don't change enough to validate waiting and winds seem surely set in their ways. Size encompasses a wide range and waves are in pieces and parts.

PATCH: Less affected by current gusts but not getting quite the SW swell love anticipated.  Unracked boards remain in limbo as the first sentinels return reports lacking verve.  Not quite shredded nor even embedded with action worthy of a mass migration. 


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HIGH: 5:36 AM    4.0'

LOW: 10:40 AM    2.8'

HIGH: 5:01 PM    5.2'

LOW: 11:53 PM    1.3'

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