At 7.50 a.m:
Constantine (4*): 4 to 5 feet
A light frost is dusting the shadows in the bay this morning, the air still and echoing with the rumble of four to five feet of smooth groundswell.
Clear skies are adding to that magical mix of great surf, great conditions and great weather – for January, with those curling waves peaking and unfolding majestically all along the coast.
If you have the time and a warm wetsuit then you’re in for some fine surfy fun today!
Harlyn (3*): 3 feet
Three or four feet of lumpy, grey swell is getting into Harlyn, those booming set waves crunching hard onto the low tide sand.
The sky is clear, there’s a dusting of frost in the shadows, the roar of winter swells is echoing around the bay and the sunrise is gorgeous.
With dream conditions offering superlight easterly breezes, clear skies and that rhythmic swell you can just pick your favourite surf spot and have yourself a fabulous day!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 19:46 (2.6m) High Tide: 13:11 (5.9m)
Surf Forecast for Thursday 13th January 2022
Light offshore breezes will be grooming that continuing three to four feet of smooth and steady swell all day long.
The south easterly breeze could just back more direct easterly through midafternoon but you’d be hard pushed to notice any difference.
It’s promising to be another stoking day of gorgeous surf!
Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week
High pressure has clambered over us and seems happy to settle down and stay a while, offering calm and offshore breezes and very settled weather.
With those low pressure systems bouncing up and over the country we should be enjoying plenty of smooth, rolling swells, made even prettier by light offshores, small moving neap tides helping to keep our surftime window of opportunity wide open.
It does look like a fabulous period of exceptionally fun surf is coming our way over the next few days, so stay safe, stay happy, dry your wintersuit, grab your booties, wax up a bigger board and have yourself a very surfy week!