At 7.50 a.m:  

Constantine (0*):  6 to 8 feet  



It’s a cold and breezy one again this morning with lumps of ripped and torn, shredded surf tumbling into the bays. But layers of blue are slowly opening up above us, maybe, just maybe, promising something better and brighter for later.
In the meantime though, there’s nothing to surf on out here this morning, it’s dramatic and lively but windswept and junked.



Harlyn (0*):  3 to 4 feet  



The wind is still screeching into Harlyn this morning, that bitterly cold nor’ wester pushing and tumbling the three or four feet of grey and jagged surf.
There’s no one around to enjoy the wildness but that sky is trying to brighten, which will attract a few more out eventually.


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  18:04  (2.5m)              High Tide:  11:31  (6.0m)




Surf Forecast for Tuesday 17th January 2023  


Oooh! Have you seen the web model forecasts of the surf for today?
The online forecasters are frothing with predictions of a six foot swell with light offshore winds all day long!
Five star ratings are fluttering across the screens of Cornish surfers up and down the coast, the Twitterverse buzzing with chat about where will be best.
So it should be good – real good!
It is going to be cold though!!  



Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

A mixed up week is waiting to excite and frustrate and reward us all this week with howling onshore and cold winds being broken up by periods of sun brightened cold, calm and offshore smooth surf conditions.
The cold north westerly blow at the start of the week is likely to ease more easterly as we go into Tuesday, offering offshore winds to smooth those still lumpy swells as they march our way.
Tuesday is promising great surf conditions all long the coast – six feet and offshore at all of our preferred breaks.
But that onshore north westerly will be blowing hard again by midweek, trashing the surf all along this coast while keeping temperatures down to uncomfortable levels.
It’s likely to be Friday before the wind eases, allowing more gentle breezes to drift offshore through the afternoon to sooth a fun three feet of cold, cold swell.
So you’re going to have to be on it to get the most out of this week’s surf but with a little travelling about and lots of watching and waiting, we should enjoy some epic conditions here and there!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!