At 7.35 a.m:  

Constantine (1*):  0 to 1 foot   


The ocean is smooth and calm and peaceful this morning, reflecting the lightly overcast grey/blue sky while ripples of tiny surf wash along the high tide shore.
There’s no wind to speak of yet this morning and there’s little surf to speak of either.
A foot or so of clean and glassy little waves might just manage to break as the tide drops back but there’s not much to get excited about really.
But it’s a pleasant enough day and it might just be the last calm one for a while, so you might just want to make the most of it if you can!  



Harlyn (0*):  Flat  


All is quiet at a deserted Harlyn Bay, the sea absolutely still and smooth on this peaceful morning.
It might be a fabulous spot to dive in for a cold water swim session beneath that silver blue sky but there’s no surf to ride at all.
Not here, Not today.   


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:10  (2.1m)              High Tide:  20:05  (6.2m)



Surf Forecast for Thursday 25th November 2021  

A brisk north easterly wind is scheduled to blow some cold, cold air our way today, a localised, close-together little swell jumping up suddenly through the afternoon.
Prepare yourself for single digit air temperatures with the added sting of that wind as those wintery blue waves march in.
At least it should be quiet out there!  



Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week  

We are in for some change in the weather as we cruise through this week, those calm and very picturesque conditions that started the week gradually drifting away as cold northerly winds start to draw some very cold air down from way up north.
So the almost flat conditions of the start of the week will change quite quickly as we go into Thursday, a blustery north easterly holding up some close together and fairly weak but rideable waves.
By week’s end the wind will be strengthening and blowing hard into the bays, a strong and hard blowing north westerly pushing a still close together, short wave period but quickly building swell ahead of it.
The south coast might be our only option by Friday, if there’s enough swell wrapping around.
And then a cold and windy weekend is looming with freezing temperatures and that hard blowing wind still producing some very big waves through Saturday, dropping in size through Sunday.
I hope you have your winter woolies to hand – the water temperature might be fine but the air temperature is going to drop, drop, drop!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!