Surf Report for Sunday 7th September 2014

Constantine (0*):  6 inches to 1 foot

at 6.35 a.m.

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It’s a bit breezier today, a light but sharp north or north easterly breeze smartly nipping across the beach. But there is also that bright dawn promise of another beautiful day ahead of us. So it is a shame about the surf, again.
There’s barely a foot of ribbed little ripplers peaking off the edge of the rip, just about glideable on a log, if you time it right! There has been a fun little peak for an hour or two at a time this last few days but just at that right stage of tide and just at that right place. If you miss it (as I have been!) you could end up paddling over those knee high but perfect little peelers to sit for an hour in unbreaking little lumps. And yes, it will start to break again as soon as you come out too!
So it’s a bright and beautiful Sunday morning with a few shin ticklers rolling in through that wonderfully warm water.
What else are you going to do?

Harlyn (0*):  Flat

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It is tiny around here this morning, that north easterly wind adding a bit of chop to those ripples just to make them look more interesting. but maybe even less inviting!
No, if you want a surf today you will have to slip over to the other side and even there you will have to watch and wait!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  10:56  (1.2m)          High Tide:  16:51  (7.3m)

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Surf Forecast for Monday 8th September 2014

This weather is pretty stunning and it looks blissful for today too.
Shame about the surf though, we will be lucky to see anything more than shin to knee high little ripples washing through today, immaculately shaped but tiny. Or it might even be completely flat.
But it never stays properly flat for too long around here, does it?

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Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

It’s promising to be another beautiful and sun filled, bright and cheerful week but with little in the way of surf to be had.
Light offshores are forecast for pretty much the entire week, along with those big blue skies and enough sunshine to keep everybody happy.
But we will be lucky to see a wave break over knee-high, there are no swell generators out in the Atlantic, not yet anyway. Autumn is knocking on our door though and with its arrival there should be loads of surf yet to come.
In the meantime, let’s enjoy this wonderful weather and drag those logs down for a longboard slide across any tiddlers that do decide to break!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!