blown out

Ocean surface condition created by a moderate-to-strong onshore wind, which, by degrees, produces chopped-up, crumbly, messy surf. Blown out waves are a regular feature in many of the world's best-known surfing areas. In Southern California, the surf generally blows out by late morning, and in northern California during the spring and summer months the surf often remains blown out for days, even w...

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