Beautiful day today; ~74*F and a gentle breeze. I drove and walked most of the peninsula this morning around high tide to check on conditions for a Sunday dive.
Pedro is mostly out; maybe 2 to 3 ft vis... it gets really torn up there when the wave period is as long as it is.
I walked out to the cliffs above Abalone cove; the vis is spotty but it's probably diveable in some areas. I could see the rocks in the shallows in one area.
Terranea surprised me; looks like 10 ft vis at least, and it's pretty much flat. I guess the west swell is blocked pretty well by the point.
Pt Vicente might be diveable on the outside; there were some boats out there. In close it's washed out.
Golden Cove looks decent; 6-10 ft vis in the middle. The shallows are washed out from the surge.
For everything north of that: surfs up!