Surf Report for Monday 18th November 2019

At 7.50 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  2 to 3 feet

The sky is light and bright as those threatening cloud banks shrink into the distance this morning, a light, light breeze drifting in from the east north east, just gently stroking the the two to three feet of smooth and curling, peaking swell.
Yep, a fabulous looking day is unfolding above the bay this morning, the air temperature as cold as you’d like but with the promise of some bright and sunny autumn waves to glide across all day long.
If you’re fortunate enough to have the time then you might want to consider going for a very relaxing surf this morning!   

 

Harlyn (1*):  1 foot  

The beach is all peace and quiet beneath a bright blue Autumn sky at Harlyn this morning.
The light breeze is gently blowing onshore, ruffling and crumbling the foot or so of small, small surf.
However beautiful it is around here this morning though, the other side of the headland is the place to go for a surf this morning, there’s a very pleasant couple of feet of cruisy surf over there right now.  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:13  (2.1m)              High Tide:  08:40  (6.6m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Tuesday 19th November 2019  

A gusting south south easterly wind is likely to bluster offshore by the afternoon, hollowing and holding the couple of feet of reeling little surf. But watch the swell hit through the afternoon, doubling and then trebling in size by dark!   

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

This could be the week that we have been waiting for with strong swells rolling our way through the back half of the week, held tall by eventually calming offshore winds.
We are likely to start the week drenched in some late autumn sunshine, a light south easterly breeze preening the one to two feet of playful little surf through Monday.
The wind and swell are both going to gradually strengthen through Tuesday, the waves getting real big by Wednesday, all the time those south easterlies increasing in strength, blowing too hard except at those headland sheltered spots that we all crave.
And then as we ease our way into the back half of the week, the wind strength should ease too, allowing those big and booming swells some space to explode ashore, creating peaks and tubes and cavernous pits wherever you look!
Four to six feet easing gradually to three to four feet of offshore sculpted, hollow and powerful waves are likely to be breaking our way well into the weekend!
So, wax down the winter guns, we might just need them (at last!)!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!