Good Tuesday morning surfers, I’m Surf Junkie Jeff with your Manhattan Beach Patch surf report. Well, it looks like the latest round of energy is continuing to fade away. Basically, we’re back to small mode along this stretch of sand, so you’ll probably want to get out the small wave gear.
The conditions are pretty clean early on, with a combination of decreasing northwest wind and groundswell and some new south southwesterly energy starting to show.
That recipe is offering this neck of the woods some crumbly sectiony lines, with a few fun corners. Most Manhattan Beach spots are running about knee to waist high, with the standout combo breaks pulling a few plus sets.
Checking the tides, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, at 10 this morning it pushes up to a 3.5 high and then drops to a 2.1 low at 2:31 this afternoon.
If you’re planning on paddling, then you’ll want to wear no less than a 3/2 fullsuit, with the water temperature averaging between 58 and 59 degrees. Have fun out there!
Article source: http://manhattanbeach.patch.com/articles/surf-back-to-small-mode