Report: A small mid-period ESE groundswell is running this AM; lets call it knee-high with waist-high sets at standout breaks, groomed by offshore winds. Not all that large, but good form and some of the more pockety sections look to have a little push, so it is looking pretty fun for a LB or even small-wave-slayer type board.
Prediction: Today’s small groundswell should hold through the day, perhaps getting a little boost in the early afternoon from the low-incoming tide. Offshore winds are predicted for the entire day, but as always there is a good chance of a warm-weather-induced windshift to the S-SSE as the day heats up.
Extended Forecast: While nothing significant is on the charts for the first half of the work-week, the small mid-period background swell is predicted to wax and wane over the course of the next few days, with a mixed bag of winds (mostly offshore to side-offshore; monitor sources of local weather for up to date wind information and predictions). Check back mid-week for an update.
Here is a nice photo of Phil Browne, owner of Glide Surf Co., last Saturday, shot by Rob Cusick.