At 7.20 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  4 to 6 feet  

A murky, misty blanket of mizzle is covering us this morning but it’s no worse for that, the breeze is calm and the air is mild and the surf is still rolling our way.
The size has dropped from yesterday’s ‘Big Sunday’ monsters, which is probably no bad thing for most!  But there is still a very grunty four to six feet of hollow and churning peaks marching in.
The breeze is calm and from the south east, straight offshore and set to stay that way all day long.
Once again there will be a whole bunch of great breaks all along the coast with better than excellent conditions to surf so it might just be worth a little jaunt in search of epicness.
The weather should brighten by this afternoon as well.  


Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot

Three feet and bigger of steel grey and lumpily thick waves are crashing ashore at low tide Harlyn this morning, way smaller than this time yesterday but probably more user friendly for that.
It should all smarten up and sharpen up as the morning rolls on and it shouldn’t be as busy as it was yesterday either.  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  09:45  (1.4m)              High Tide:  15:40  (7.2m)



Surf Forecast for Tuesday 6th November 2018  

Southerly, veering south westerly winds will be blowing fresh today, probably messing up the three to four feet of expected surf at our main breaks but prettying up the small waves that get round to Harlyn.  

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

After an awesome start to the week we will be seeing quite a breezy and sometimes more stormy time of it.
Monday should be one of those days with light offshores helping shape the four to six feet of immaculately smooth swell into something even more beautiful by the time those waves hit the surf breaks.
The wind is likely to pick up again through Tuesday a brisk southerly shaping some pretty but smaller waves at Harlyn while chopping out our favourite breaks.
That wind will blow harder through midweek while backing more westerly, helping to push in some more big to really big swell. But there are only going to be a limited number of breaks that will hold that swell in that wind.
We might be putting in some miles to get the best out of this swell.
And that’s the story of the rest of the week and right through the weekend; gusting onshore are going to be pushing thick and lumpy swells our way, getting really big for a day or two and then dropping to big enough to still seek out those sheltered spots.
Harlyn is likely to be our friend this week!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!