Surf Report for Wednesday 4th December 2019

at 7.55 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  4 to 6 feet  

The surf is pumping through on this bright and airy, still morning with thick lines of wedging waves marching into the bay.
Four to six feet of fairly heavy looking sets of waves are peaking and grinding their way off the Reef and the peak in the middle and the Point, what light breath of a breeze there is just drifting offshore.
The reality is that there will be quite a few places breaking with better surf than here today but it’s still better than good here – if you’re up for that paddle!  

 

Harlyn (3*):  3 feet  

Three feet of curling waves are smashing themselves onto the sand when the sets roll in at Harlyn this morning, the occasional bigger one just spinning off the Rock while other mid-set waves are peaking further over.
The sky is streaked with layers of cloud but otherwise the weather is calm and pleasant, a bit chilly but dry enough and bright enough.  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  17:06  (2.8m)              High Tide:  10:32  (5.9m)

 

surfforecast

Surf Forecast for Thursday 5th December 2019  

South westerly winds are going to be bringing milder and later on damper air our way while pushing more thick and lumpy swells into the bays and coves.
Harlyn is probably going to be the place to aim for to get some thick and hollow, sand drenched barrels today! Three to four feet caverns should be compacting the sand at Harlyn all day long!   

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

A bright and cheerful week awaits as December unfolds its way to winter with light and mainly offshore breezes grooming and preening what should start out as a steady couple of feet of proper little groundswell.
Calm conditions should kick the week off, that two to three feet of swell unfolding into glassy little surf at all of our preferred surf breaks.
The breeze is likely to back offshore, from the south east at the start of then week, plenty of bright winter sunshine making everything that bit more appealing and milder.
We can expect cold morning and evenings but the daytime temperatures should be fine, the water temperature still maintaining a balmy 12 deg C.
And then by midweek we can watch a new swell push in against those offshore breezes with Wednesday and Thursday maybe promising excellent conditions along with some big surf!
Those big surf sites are going to be throwing five star forecasts out all week long!
Well, until week’s end that is as the wind inevitably swings onshore to bring more rain and choppy surf!
But that is a long way off just yet – we should have a good few days of clean and smart, building surf to enjoy before then!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!