At 7.35 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  2 to 3 feet


The air is still on this mizzle filled morning, that soaking wetness all clinging and soaking. The muffled song of seabirds is adding to the wet cosiness, a backing track to the high tide wash of a two foot, rolling swell.
The tide is absorbing all the wave energy right now but give it an hour or two and we should be able to glide across a clean and fun couple of feet of smoothish surf.
The breeze will pick up from the south west and ruffle and bump those waves but, once that sun burns through – if it does manage to – it should all be quite attractive.   



Harlyn (1*):  0 to 1 foot


There’s a small wash shivering through a wall of mist and mizzle along the high tide line at Harlyn this morning, the smooth grey sea rippling a foot or so of reflected swell.
The surf is over the other side again today but if you fancy a swim or a paddle then here could be your place.   


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:50  (1.1m)              High Tide:  19:45  (7.2m)



Surf Forecast for Tuesday 9th November 2021  

South westerly winds will be pushing a lumpy three to four foot swell our way today, chopping and slopping our main breaks but keeping Harlyn clean and sharp.
The tide is going to play its part in getting the best out of it as always but there should be a decent three feet of offshore hollowed surf for most of the day at Harlyn, smaller but crunchier and snappier during the early afternoon low tide, a little bigger through later afternoon.  



Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

A tightly packed low pressure system is scooting past us up to the north west this week, spinning off a few lumpy swells but generally keeping far enough away to allow for more gentle winds.
So the week will start beneath a blanket of thick and clinging, wet mizzle, light westerly breezes eventually blowing through and strengthening into a blustery blow quite quickly.
As we go into the back half of the week those winds will wander away for a day or two, leaving very light breezes to gently ruffle the still quite thick three foot swell.
Thursday might show the prettiest surf but it is likely to be the smaller day of the week too.
And then a mix of fronts will result in a another day or two of onshore winds with some dampness before calming and allowing some offshore breezes to shape up some very nice looking surf by Sunday.
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!