Beach View on Wednesday 20th May 2020

At 6.35 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  4 feet 

The dawn chorus was raucous this morning as a beautiful sunburst sunrise hurled its golden rays across the bluest of blue skies.
A calmer birdsong is now being carried along on the steady south easterly breeze as it drifts offshore to meet a solid and curling, reeling four foot swell.
The surf is up my friends and everyone seems to know it! It’s busy out there already but then the weather is as beautiful as it gets. Don’t forget to keep your distance though!   

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  10:17  (1.4m)              High Tide:  16:12  (6.5m)

 

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Forecast for Thursday 21st May 2020  

Another beaut of a day lies in wait for us with that same thick and reeling swell curling our way.
The sea breeze effect is likely to be a little stronger today but that’s the only breeze the there should be.
So, we can expect a sunny and warm day with four feet of glassy surf all day long!  

Conditions for the Start of the Week

Light onshore breezes will drift in at the beginning of this week, bringing a little more cloud than we have seen for a while but although we will inevitably enjoy the odd shower or two they should be only light and fairly quick to pass.
Otherwise we are likely to continue to be drawn outside by fine enough and mild enough weather as more people gradually return to some form of work and isolation relief.
The breeze will gradually back offshore by midweek with light south easterly breezes forecast to caress a smooth and even three to four foot swell.
Conditions should glass off for a while before those onshore return to push a bigger swell than we have seen for a while in for the weekend.
So as lockdown rightly or wrongly, slowly eases its grip, the weather looks like it might gradually be changing too with breezy and more mixed weather coming our way for the week’s end.
Stay safe, stay happy and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!