Inspirational Quote of the Day:
"Action is the foundational key to all success." - Pablo Picasso
Warm waters under misty skies with Karl the Fog back in town. Swirling outcomes with SW winds leading the early charge and sunshine may have to wait until the afternoon hours. 58F outside and abandoned asphalt stretches save for a few lingering hopefuls. Newly validated NW windswell seeks collaboration with fading SW swell. Lots of ins and outs and what have you factors today as we consider the best time to leap.
CHANNEL: We have seen the high tide peak and perform uneventfully and marginal in matters of slides. Too full and fat with water. Too wind chaffed and coarse as currently constructed. The NW windswell is waiting and willing but a balance must be struck before its true nature can be determined. Longboards highly recommended for all approaches.
PATCH: The tiny remnants of the weakened SW swell may well still produce during a calm and serene moment. Do not despair but keep expectations tempered and realistic if you seek a slice of stoke. Tide levels and water coverage are more than adequate throughout the entire day but other components need to coalesce to bring out the true meaning of the Patch.
PACK IT IN! PACK IT OUT!
RESPECT THE BEACH!
HIGH: 6:46 AM 4.1'
LOW: 12:12 PM 1.6'
HIGH: 7:04 PM 6.0'
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