At 7.10 a.m:  

Constantine (1*):  3 feet  



A grey and wintery looking sea is being chopped and slopped by a whistling nor’ westerly wind this morning, the autumn sky threatening in its gloominess.
The surf is a bumpy and ripped up mess of three foot waves with nowhere really to go even if you do catch one.
South coast anyone?



Harlyn (1*):  2 feet  



The sea is a windswept mess of bumps and lumps at a deserted Harlyn Bay this morning, that gusting nor’ wester howling straight in, toppling and barging the two or three feet of shapeless surf.
There’s not much to appeal here this morning, except of course, that emptiness and wildness.  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:58  (0.9m)              High Tide:  19:51  (7.4m)




Surf Forecast for Thursday 29th September 2022  

More screeching north westerly winds, more downpours and more junky surf.
We should see some brighter bits today though too – maybe. 



Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

Distant Atlantic storms will be pushing thick and lumpy swells our way this week but north westerly winds will be battering any shape out of those sometimes sizeable but relatively gutless waves.
The winds will be pushing some fairly chilly and mixed weather our way too, testing the water companies’ PR ability to keep justifying their continued water restrictions in the midst of some prolonged and drenching downpours.
So, a wild and woolly, chillier period of big but not that strong surf is upon us, the strong winds and sizeable surf sweeping and cleaning our bays while re-setting the sandbars and surf breaks of our craggy little coastline in readiness for those grinding autumn swells when they do arrive!
In the meantime most surfers on this coast will be checking conditions over on the far coast, these winds will be offshore over there – if there’s enough swell!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!