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Discussion in 'Surfing' started by Left Coast 46, Jan 3, 2018.
Holy Crap!! I just read an article that you guys have "sharkcycles". Sharks are washing up a shore frozen?? Da Hell?? I also read that this guy was taking photos of guys surfing in the slushee waves.... Holy Crap! Well may God keep you safe and make sure you drink plenty of coffee before going out.. That pee will sure feel good
How could you not look that up?
Frigid 39 Degrees here in South Florida this morning !! Pretty sure Nat Guard has been called in
No sharks...... or swell yet
White-Out blizzard conditions here. Snow isn’t deep yet but steady with swirling strong winds.
about 6 to 8 inches of snow here in Virginia Beach with strong NW winds and bitter cold air temps and water down to low 40's. surf looks big on the cams, not ridable. town is pretty much shut down, roads not passable. the roadmaster is snowed in today, not going anywhere but may try a beach run tomorrow
About 5 or 6 inches in Charleston, which has pretty well shut the town down. Cam showed some fun peelers in the snow yesterday afternoon after the wind switched, but impossible to get to as they closed all the bridges.
Our water temp down to 44, with several more nights in the low 20s ahead. We might get to 40, the coldest I have ever surfed.
snow stacking up on eastern Long Island. Drove to work with an 1” on the ground left 2 hours later with what felt like 6”. Hard to tell w the drifts. The winds picked up, surf getting bigger but it’s blowing too hard to surf, i think. Kids have cabin fever. Pouring a stiff drink and hoping the power stays on.
At least eight inches still snowing , freezing cold but at least wind died