Daily Surf Report - 12/26/2016

Inspirational Quote of the Day:
"You'll never find peace of mind until you listen to your heart
." - George Michael RIP

Moon slivers and cold shivers as icy inland temps start the day.  Beach climate welcomes with cleared skies and lighter NE winds now updating temps to 43F.  Gusty overnite gales, perhaps generated by Santa's sleigh, have put the textured tops on brimming high tide warbles.  Attempting to settle and solidify as new NW swell delves to replace the old.  If you didn't get all the presents opened yesterday what is left currently are the scaps. 

CHANNEL: Stuffed full with tide and huffed out with nighttime winds.  Lookers and lurkers make quick decisions about donning suits as pickings remain slim, but the early lineups are empty.  A few inside Mali-Bo rights entice with the last of the incoming tide push.  Whoever wants to have it solo style can and will - but for how long. 

PATCH: Dropping off and out as the NW fades and awaits reinforcements.  A bit of S wind-swell offers only glances and glimpses. Only on the inside do waves reach folding levels.  You gotta have faith. 


 Respect the Beach


HIGH:  9:11 AM   6.0

LOW4:02 PM   -0.1'

HIGH:  11:07 PM   4.5'

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