When you see a given water temp, give it a 3-5 degree range of innaccuarcy in either direction.
And concrete surf knowledge is gained from experience not axing people on the interent. I'm not being a wise-ass, either. Learning on your own is a quater of the fun. Plus, you feel better about yourself and Demi Levato when you learn lessons on your own and accomplish things without axing some dude on an internet, who might not even know of what he speaks. Like me.
And these days, don't ax surf questions on here. We're tired off surf questions, especially wetsuit questions. Nowadays we want to hear aboot your personal problems. The more intimate and private the better.
Are you considering coming out-of-the-closet to your parents? Did you accidentally kill someone and the guilt is driving you nuts? Getting bullied by the cool kids at school? Well, whatever problem you have there are people who care, right here on Swellinfo.com. They are more than willing to give you their opinions on how to handle any crises you may encounter. Good luck and stay warm out there, man.
if we "axe" people on the internet, won't they lock us up and throw away the key?
Surfed over the weekend at Chinco. Definately felt the water temp drop a bit. Always come prepared. I trunked it, then moved to spring suit and then went for the 3/2 along with the other better surfers out there. Couldve probably lived without but having warm muscles and extended sessions is always a preference. Remember a few years back when the air was around 105. the water dropped below 60 due to convection. REally wished I had my neoprene. Lesson learned. always carry one.
Frickin cold today in FL. 73 ocean temp, missed my wetsuit, but was still fun.