At 6.55 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  4 to 6 feet  



The sun is shining and the birds are singing on a beautiful, almost frosty, blue sky’d morning.
Four or five feet of nearly glassy, nearly organised, nearly smoking surf, nearly tips the star ratings… but not quite!
An offshore air is needed to shape those thick and heavy looking, lumbering waves, or a Point or a Reef, along with the right tide. Some sort of focus is needed to harness all that Atlantic energy and that isn’t happening here this morning – yet.
Plenty of other spots must be spinning clean tubes, left, right and centre!


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Harlyn (2*):  3 feet  



The air is still at Harlyn this morning, the slap and crash of three feet of mainly close-out surf harmonising with the tweet and whistle of morning seabirds.
Those waves need an offshore on them to sharpen and clean them up but right now you just have to pick and choose. There’s the odd screamer out there but you’ll have to be a bit picky to get the best out of it.   


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  09:25  (2.3m)              High Tide:  15:21  (5.7m)




Surf Forecast for Tuesday 15th March 2022  

So, if you read any of those ‘Surfing Guide to …..‘ articles on the Trevose Head area, they all agree that the surf is at its best with a four foot swell and light south easterly breezes during a small movement tide.
And right now, pretty much every forecast site is predicting light south easterly breezes to be feathering against a mid-teens wave period, four foot plus swell beneath cloudless blue skies.
Yes, today is promising to be a day of surfing dreams, enjoy!    



Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

A mixed up week of surf bliss and frustrating onshores is going to be rewarding those who can make the time and who are keen enough to make the effort to get the most out of the mixed but satisfying surf conditions.
A calm start to the week will leave us wishing for offshore breezes to clean up a chunky but disorganised four foot swell. That breeze will soon arrive, along with clear skies and plenty of sunshine to produce a day of magic for those surfers with the time and access to enjoy it all.
But by midweek, cold and wet onshores will be blowing from the north and west, chopping and messing a frustratingly solid six to eight foot swell. There’s likely to be a convoy of surfers heading for the far coast on Wednesday!
But by week’s end and all the way through the weekend, that same pumping swell is likely to be manicured by offshore blowing winds beneath clear, springlike skies.
It’s looking good and it won’t be long before the clocks spring forward and the water temperatures start to rise!
Maybe it’s time for a new board?
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!