At 7.20 a.m:  

Constantine (0*):  4 to 6 feet  



A stiff west sou’ westerly wind is howling our way again, flinging sheets of rain across the bays while pushing and shoving four to five feet of already mixed up and broken swell onto the beaches.
It’s another wild and woolly one, a wind ragged morning of gales and rain.



Harlyn (2*):  3 to 4 feet  



The wind is too westerly to allow Harlyn to shine this morning, those occasional three or four feet tall waves are all hesitant and shifting, dumping their watery loads onto the hardened sand of a dropping tide, deserted bay.
It’s really not great but this afternoon’s tide might improve things a little.


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  10:53  (1.2m)              High Tide:  16:44  (7.4m)




Surf Forecast for Thursday 24th November 2022  


Another day of wind and rain is likely to accompany more stormy and mountainous surf.
Forty mile an hour winds from the west and south west are going to be pushing ten to fifteen feet of blown out surf into all of our bays and coves.
Those super sheltered spots are going to be the best call, or of course the long drive to one of those places that holds big waves in a less storm ravaged area?



Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week  


A wild and windy time of it is promised for this coming week with gale to storm force winds blasting into our coastline throughout the week.
Mountainous waves are expected too but finding somewhere to ride those giants will take some effort.
Howling offshore winds will reward the earliest of earlybirds at the very start of the week but that will soon change as the wind veers westerly and ratchets up a good few knots through Monday morning. So even our sheltered spots will have big and bumpy conditions on offer for the keenest.
The wind will then carry units normal cycle of slipping north westerly and dropping temperatures for a day or so before settling to the west sou’ west for the remainder of the week.
Although the size of the surf is unlikely to drop much beneath the ten foot range all week long we are going to be struggling to find local breaks that can handle all that swell. But they do exist. And they are good when they get going!
So it could well be worth a little surf search this week with big rewards for finding that right spot at just the right stage of tide on just the right wind!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!