Beach View on Wednesday 6th May 2020

At 6.55 a.m:  

Constantine (1*):  0 to 1 foot  

The sea is showing off this morning reflecting the whole known range of blues and turquoise with a few extra shades of aqua. The sky is crystal clear above with a steady offshore breeze gusting from the south east while the birdsong from the dunes is exquisite.
Tiny waves are spinning onto dry sand with not enough size to make it worth even condsidering travelling more than the legislated few paces for.
There is also a wall of cloud loitering out in the ocean, a grey threat of colder and maybe damper to come?  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11.45  (0.5m)              High Tide:  17:36  (7.4m)

 

surfforecast

Forecast for Thursday 7th May 2020  

South easterly going southerly breezes will continue to fuss and bother the one to two feet of pretty little surf as it rolls across our golden beaches again today.
We might enjoy the odd brief shower in between some more bright and sunny stretches but overall another pleasant day of lockdown diy awaits!  

Conditions for the Start of the Week

High pressure is starting to rebuild to the north of us, promising more calm and settled weather as it develops through the week. But it is a good way above us and so we will be drawing some stronger breezes up from the continent along with a little dampness as we go into midweek.
I think that we might end up alternating each day, one day fine, one a bit mixed and so on. Which is okay. At least it keeps the gardeners (of which I am rapidly becoming one!) and farmers happy!
The wind is pretty much set offshore for most of the week providing clean surf conditions, if times were different.
So another mainly pleasant week lies in store as we enter another period of isolation strangeness.
Stay safe, stay happy, stay home, wash your hands and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!