Tuesday, September 15, 2015

9 15 15 morning call

South shore was waist to shoulder high yesterday. Had a fun morning session.
I also surfed the windswell at Hookipa at sunset. Small, very short period waves, still fun on the longboard.

4.9ft @ 8s from 46° (NE)
2.7ft @ 6s from 59° (ENE)
1.5ft @ 11s from 68° (ENE)

2.9ft @ 15s from 190° (S)
1.6ft @ 8s from 164° (SSE)
0.7ft @ 5s from 124° (ESE)
0.5ft @ 11s from 207° (SSW)
3f 15s is not a bad reading, today should be a tad bigger on the south shore.

Pretty windy on the north shore, unfortunately MC2km is not updated yet at this early hour, so here's the windguru table.

Wind map shows a bit of a remaining fetch down south. Nothing in the north pacific, other than the windswell. I had a run of the model for the next two weeks, and I didn't see anything at all in the north pacific. We had a fantastic run of waves thanks to the hurricanes, but it's definitely not winter yet. Hang in there you guys and thank god for the south swells.

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