28 October 2015
Those onshore winds have died off a bit and have been replaced by an offshore sou wester during the early parts of this morning. The waves were in the 3 – 4 foot range with hardly anybody out. The word did eventually get out and there was a busy crew on it by 9. Wind is still light but now from the SSE. Conditions look good for the next few days into the weekend as the wind will turn more from the NE. With that, the swell will also be more from the NE and it looks there might be some fun waves for you to share. Enjoy your Wednesday.