|Note:||At 1128 there was a large minor with SV vertical and heavy, and NV vertical and heavy over 20'. Not sustained for long, and it crashed after. Washed a lot of gravel down the channel. The interesting thing was that afterwards, the water in the trough turned milky for a few minutes.
For almost an hour starting at ~1610, we had a nicer period of activity with fairly frequent SV vertical and a fair amount of nicely sustained ones. NV picked up too with an increase in strength and some nice, large vertical surges. Several concerted minors. SV may have even finished off a couple of them. I was at decker 2 so my view was slightly obstructed. No real sustained or tall SV vertical at any point. When I returned to steerage after, the pile of gravel in the trough was noticeably larger.
Still pretty quiet aside from that. ES is clear again, CS high with huge boil still. More later.|