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Session: Stormy Weather

Written by DrC123 show DrC123 profile

Sunday June 7 2009 01:39:26 AM

Surf spot: Ray Bay, United States of America

Surf Trip: In the early morning rain ... ( 02 March 2009 - 03 March 2009)

Session's Rate:

Wind direction: Onshore

Wind Strength: Light

Nb waves ridden: Several

Length of the surf session: 2 min

Surfboard ridden: 9'0

Fins: 3

Weather and water temp: 62F/59F

Waves height: 1.0m-1.5m / 3ft-5ft

Waves Quality:
- Ledgey
- Bumpy

Waves Shape:
- Multipeaks
- Bowl

Description:

Stormy Weather: June Gloom, dark early morning thunder storm clouds at Ray Bay and a strong SSW swell running with an incoming tidal push. A cold water up-welling from offshore storms and chilly onshore 'Catalina Eddy' went right through my 2M wetsuit! Some peaky overhead bombs rolling through before the wind came up and the tide filled in. BIG take offs as the swell peaked on the sand bar and jacked up from refraction off the North breakwater at Cuda's.

martha_wainwright

Janis Joplin gets TORCHED by Martha Wainright!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=FR&hl=fr&v=LOzZ20q7QC8

KevinCuda

Started to get worried about possible lightning strikes as it started to sprinkle!

A woman was killed last week in Fontana as a bolt glanced off a tree. It blew her clothing 30 feet down the street!

Woman Killed By Lightning In Fontana

FONTANA, Calif. (AP) ―

A woman has been killed by lightning in San Bernardino County, hours after another person in the county was crushed by a wind-fallen tree during heavy thunderstorms.

Fontana police Sgt. Jeff Decker says the 35-year-old woman was struck by lightning Wednesday afternoon while standing near a tree in front of a home.

Decker told the San Bernardino Sun that the victim's name has not been released.

Earlier, a woman died when a tree crushed her vehicle as she drove in the San Bernardino Mountains during a thunderstorm.

Big Bear Lake fire officials say the large pine tree, rooted near the roadside, snapped about halfway up its trunk during strong winds 

 

 

 

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Created: Sunday June 7 2009 01:59:34 AM

Modified: Monday June 8 2009 06:50:33 PM

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