Daily Surf Report - 3/10/2017

Inspirational Quote of the Day:
"One can acquire everything in solitude except character." - Stendhal

We remove the sun but add some swell as the skies remain overcast while the week comes to a close.  Temps hold steady at 54F and light winds have NE focus.  A confab of westerly-based swells join forces in production while a small but longer period south has arrived overnight.  A welcome sight for sore surf eyes as parking spaces have already dwindled with those hungry for stoke feasting on the offerings.  

As the high tide finds its ultimate amplitude forces are directed into the Channel proper to mediate the watery depths. Straying too far towards the Groin pole will leave you wanting and watching as waist high + rollers are released a bit towards the south city limits.

PATCH: Here is where we find the deliverance from the new S swell. Not in glorious size but with repeatable frequency and a playful nature. Slideable submissions from the deep have thigh high aspirations and a growing lineup looking to partake. 


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HIGH: 9:38 AM  6.0'

LOW: 4:04 P  -0.4'

HIGH: 10:57 PM  5.4'

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