Archive for the ‘Weather’ Category

February 19th, 2015

Cyclone Marcia Hitting the Gold Coast (Quiksilver Pro)

“Category 2 cyclone Marcia approaches the Queensland coast. Huge swells up to 4 meters (13ft) as well as abnormally high tides and heavy rainfall.” – Sky News


Kirra, Snapper & Greenmount Turn On – Video can be watched at

December 1st, 2014

Justin Quirks Home Get’s Destroyed

Former pro surfer Justin Quirk (rode for Quiksilver and Ezekiel) dad’s home which was located in Baja California (Pescadero) got destroyed due to Hurricane Odile.

Justin Quirk on the cover of Surfer Magazine – Cerritos Beach

October 5th, 2014

Simon Now A Category 4 Hurricane

Hurricane Simon has reached to a category 4

October 5th, 2014

Big Wave North Sea

Ship caught in storm with huge waves… “that’s f__king awesome.. No way Amy’s watching that she’d go mental.”

October 2nd, 2014

Tropical Storm Simon

Tropical storm Simon will become a hurricane by this Saturday

September 27th, 2014

Tropical Storm Rachel Will Become a Hurricane

Tropical Storm Rachel should turn into a hurricane by late tonight

September 25th, 2014

Tropical Storm Rachel


September 24th, 2014

Tropical Depression Eighteen-E


September 23rd, 2014

Through The Surface – National Geographic Expedition

When most surfers think of Scripps, the image that comes to mind is of a closed out pier waves that can get good on big windswells. But for surfer / scientists Clinton Edwards and Clifford Kapono this is just a place to go to work.


Clint’s lab is pioneering large scale imagery that they use to to study the shape and formation of corals reefs while Clifford uses special chemical analysis that allows him to determine the health or individual corals. Their work is preeminent in their respective fields…but they are dreaming of something more. Together they produced a short video and applied to a National Geographic foundation grant that will allow them to travel to the worlds most famous waves and perform these studies underneath our favorite waves. Far from just another study destined to gather dust on shelves the images they produce are massive (think Google Earth) and highly detailed (extreme close up) and will allow surfers and non surfers alike an unprecedented opportunity to explore and interact with these reefs. Complimented with their chemical analysis, the pair aim to bring coral reef knowledge out of text books, across the ocean and home your living room.

They need you vote to win. Voting closes Sept 29 and you can vote once each day., so click here to watch their video submission and VOTE: Through The Surface

September 17th, 2014

Here Comes Polo

Currently Polo is only a tropical storm, but the weather maps are suggesting this will turn into a hurricane and will stay more west of Baja then hurricane Odile did.