At 6.55 a.m:
Constantine (4*): 3 to 4 feet
That was an explosive sunrise to start the day, the gold and oranges and reds of a more late summer start than a mid autumn one!
So the sky is brightening, the wind is lightly shivering offshore and the surf is pumping.
There’s three to four feet of thick and lumpy, reeling surf shuffling into the bay at high tide right now, the backwash adding some interest to a couple of mat riders out there, those feathering peaks promising much better for later.
It is a lot smaller than yesterday which is no bad thing here, it does often get too big for itself at Constantine but I’m guessing that it is still going to end up staying in the good three foot size region for the rest of the day, the wind forecast to remain offshore, the weather set to stay fine, brightening later.
Have a great day!
Harlyn (2*): 1 to 2 feet
There’s a couple of feet of feathering lines marching onto the high tide bank here this morning, a ring-fence of fishing lines making the paddle out that little bit more interesting. Occasional sets are pushing in bigger waves but you have to wait for them!
Give it a couple of hours and those waves will be sharper and snappier, dropping a little in size as the tide drains out but rebuilding again on this afternoon’s tide.
The other side is the place to head but if you prefer Harlyn then you should get some good ‘uns if you have the patience to wait for them.
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 14:05 (1.2m) High Tide: 20:01 (7.1m)
Surf Forecast for Sunday 1st November 2015
The swell should have pulsed a little more into this morning, a thick four to five feet of lined up and smooth, offshore groomed surf expected first thing.
It is likely to ease off through the day but not dropping much less than three feet I wouldn’t think.
And the weather looks fabulous too!
All the ingredients are there for a late season Sunday at the beach!
Surf Conditions for Halloween Weekend
More swell is advancing our way with the wind calming and settling more offshore as we dive into the Halloween Weekend.
And as brighter and more settled weather returns for the weekend, the swell keeps on rhythmically pulsing ashore, a 10 second 3 to 4 foot swell offering some great surf as those still big tides wash in and out before you know it.
So, three to four to five feet through Saturday easing to three feet in Sunday afternoon’s sunshine and staying like that for the start of the week.
As the swell increases again and the weather twitches back to something more summery, Sunday is promising some great surf, great conditions and great weather!
So, have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!