At 7.10 a.m:
Constantine (4*): 5 feet.
Oh yes, the surf is pumping again this morning!
It is a bit of a duller and greyer morning than the last few but it is still mild, the breeze is still offshore and the swell is still pulsing our way.
There’s four to five feet and maybe occasionally bigger of curling, peaking and swooping waves all lined up and marching ashore.
With this swell looking at peaking this afternoon and the breeze seemingly comfortable breezing in from the south east, it is all looking very promising for another stoking day of surf!
Harlyn (3*): 2 to 3 feet.
There are little waves washing in here this morning too.
A couple of feet of glassy but maybe just a little crumbly waves are washing ashore, those bigger set waves a long, long way apart, a good ten minutes or so. But they are there if you have the patience!
Once again, the other side of the headland is awash with perfect surf, so that’s the place to head for but you must the Harlyn will offer up some fun ones today as well!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 16:35 (2.6m) High Tide: 09:59 (6.1m)
Surf Forecast for Wednesday 4th November 2015
Well those super clean conditions of the last week or so were wonderful but the wind had to change sometime and that sometime is today.
Still very light but westerly going south westerly winds are going to gradually make themselves felt as the day goes on. Hopefully remaining only a breeze for most of the day there will still be enough strength to at least put a bump on that surf making for a crumblier surf than we have been getting used to.
There should still be a good three feet or more of swell washing in and the weather should be fine enough but our main surf breaks aren’t going to have that sharp edge that we have been enjoying lately.
Harlyn is going to be much cleaner and sharper but maybe only a couple of feet in size.
So the swell continues to roll our way but maybe not quiet as delectable as it has been!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
Three to four feet of pulsing groundswell set the rhythm for the start of this week and the swell looks to continue rolling our way for a good while yet!
The wind is likely to swing onshore through midweek but should stay light, Wednesday showing a still decent three foot swell being gently blown in by light onshores.
Those south westerly breezes are going to make for slightly crumblier conditions at the main breaks, the sheltered spots continuing to be clean and sharp.
And that is likely to be the way of it for the rest of the week; light onshores putting a bump on the three feet or so of swell as it washes in to the main bays but continuing to blow offshore at breaks like Harlyn.
So, small and clean surf versus bigger but bumpier!?
It will soon be time to reach for a winter wetsuit but, so far, the better summer weight wetsuits are doing fine!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!