Surf Report 6/6 – Spring suit weather on its way


The tide was so low this morning you could practically walk out past the breaks. Tons of surfers in the water looking curiously at the sky. After several mornings of a June gloom cloud layer, we all forgot what the center of the univese looked like. The waves were waist to chest high and, despite growing onshore winds, held a good shape. Lots of fun. If you have access to a west-facing beach, tomorrow should be just as fun. South-facing beaches should be good this weekend. If you go to an east-facing beach, you will be in China.

Photo of today’s surf reposted with permission from Swellmagnet.

2 thoughts on “Surf Report 6/6 – Spring suit weather on its way”

  1. Actually, if you go to an east-facing beach in LA, you’re probably at the swimming beach down at Cabrillo in San Pedro. :-)

    Of course, if that’s where you are, then you’re inside the harbor breakwater, so you probably shouldn’t expect much in the way of surf. :-)

  2. Or, conversely, if you’re able to surf in Pedro, then you’re a pretty amazing surfer.

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