16th May 2010
****AFTERNOON SURF UP-DATE****
Hello surfers and thanks for stopping by the baliwaves.com for our Sunday Session on surfing and weather conditions here on the No.1 surfing holiday island destination of Bali.
Well it was fantastic to wake up this morning free from the shakes and shivers and plans of finding some waves. This mornings check on the Outer Reefs here in Tuban was only showing wave height in the waist to waist high plus range, so we headed South for Uluwatu. As you can see in todays photo gallery wave height down at Ulu was coming through in the head to double head high range. The Main Peak and Temple sections had the best waves while the tide was running in through the morning. But there was at least 70 surfers spread between Temple’s and the Peak. There’s also a big chance if the wind holds off that the Racetrack section will be cranking through the afternoon low tide.
Driving back home past Padang Padang and Impossible’s wave height would have been lucky to be breaking in the knee to waist high range down through Impossible’s, while Padang Padang pretty well flat.
Surfing conditions this morning were clean and glassy with just a touch off off-shore breeze thrown in. Wind direction tending more to the SSE through the afternoon.
Tidal info for today has us down for a solid 2.6mtr High @ 11.30pm and then she’ll be running out for a dry 0.1mtr Low @ 6.00pm
Weather wise it’s been pretty much overcast with light cloud for the majority of the day. Temperature wise it’s been a very humid 30C along the beach.
sms surf report from Balian this morning was calling wave height in the head to well over head range on the river mouth and only 10 surfers in the water @ 9.00am.
sms surf report from G-Land courtesy of the G-Land Surf Camp was saying that wave height was already in the double head high range and still picking up. Plenty of southerly direction at G-land with the chance of Speedies breaking on this afternoon’s run out tide.
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