Leedsol wrote:Agree - last winter was sooo cold in the east that I've gone for a 6mm this year.
I remember surfing with Danny1 in Northumbria in march and they're was still snow on the hills and a biting cold wind which when coupled with a 1/2 mile walk over a farmers field to a mysto left (which worked nice - good os research danny) was not pleasant.
I'm gonna have to follow u in wales sg (I know ur car now - same as mine) to some spots beyond the main 3 - I keep checking out two I have in mind but the swells haven't seemed to wrap in when I've been there (north of PO, by a golfcourse)
A weeks worth of snow late on, and we didn't have a decent ground frost all winter.
sorry to be pedantic but I deal in fact and don't bullshit
On the ANOMALY maps red contours mark areas that are above average and blue contours mark areas that are below average.
PapaWoolacombe wrote:Well I'll be doing what I always do... making the most of what ever presents it'self. If its better than average sweet! if not then at least i didn't get my hopes up too much.
Hokusai wrote:I'll go along with that. Last winter was the worst I can remember
Look at the temperature map on the previous page.
hughesy wrote:I was refering to the surf not the temperature. Who care how cold it is if the waves are good.
surfguru wrote:hughesy wrote:I was refering to the surf not the temperature. Who care how cold it is if the waves are good.
did you get in sat nice longboard waves at a certain spot at low tide.
hughesy wrote:Nah, had to do something else sat so went to hm this morning for 1st light. Was v small, 1-2 feet but lovely glassy little peelers so had a nice time in the sunshine. Not too many out early either. 3 carloads of what looked like students turned up as we were leaving bout 11am. Shame for em as it had gone pretty much flat by then
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