An Aspect To Envy; Jeffrey's Bay, South Africa
Tornados, snow and a fresh pulse from the east.
It would be hard to imagine a better place to stand and ogle while the world's greatest pointbreak lights up. This particular unseasonal pulse arrived yesterday and set the Jeffrey's Bay wheels in motion. Lensman Ant Fox, enjoying the million-dollar view, clicked this frame for your vicarious viewing and provided the following report from the ground:
"The 100 degree east swell formed from a cut off low that started out to sea of Mozambique that saw flooding along the coast and plenty of snow in land and even the odd tornado!" Said Mr Fox. "Winds were northwest and a bit devil-ey in the morning. But just after mid day, with the swing in the tide towards low, the wind turned west and it was game on for Supers. Plenty of barrels as the east swell had moved some sand up the point."