Woke up late to more swell. Lineups all over that we haven’t seen, all the way to the horizon. There’s a high surf advisory for the south shore until Wed evening. We ate too big of a breakfast and had to walk it off so we didn’t get out until the late afternoon, but that turned out to be pretty great. At one point Max and I were the only ones on the far outside, watching big sets roll through, look like they would break but steep up and keep rolling almost all the way in before BAM, crashing onto the inner reef and shooting spray everywhere. Impressive. I got two inside waves before sitting outside. After we moved back towards the left tower, I got a sweet outside left that took me all the way in. Steep drop and offshore spray in turquoise water. Amazing. At the end, caught one in between the towers and came zipping in. Max got a couple of fun ones too. Should be a bit more swell tomorrow. Can’t wait.
#404 / 3:45 (1) / .5′ rising / 9’1 Mitsu
4-5 ft- shoulder to head high occ. 6 ft.
FAIR TO GOOD CONDITIONS
Howzit, this is Kekoa with the report for Tuesday morning.
South Shore Morning Report: SSW swell that filled in throughout the day yesterday is maintaining some solid surf for town shorelines this morning. Waves are in the shoulder to head high range with some bigger sets mainly favoring the channel entrances. Watch for some bigger waves to roll in throughout the day today as we expect the swell to pulse with the incoming tide. Check our short term forecast for more details on this southern hemisphere swell. Sunny and breezy. Highs 84 to 90. Northeast winds 10 to 20 mph.
4ft at 16s SSW (196°)
1ft at 8s SE (142°)
1ft at 9s WSW (243°)
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