At 6.45 a.m:

Constantine (3*):  3 feet


That little downpour in the night seems to have refreshed the hedgerows and gardens while clearing the air a bit, maybe keeping the gardeners and farmers a little happier too.
And so this morning is a little fresher, still supermild but greyer and more threatening than it has been for a good while, the breeze light and offshore, gently blowing against some pleasant looking three foot swell lines.
Yes, the surf is looking good!
A rolling three foot swell is smoothly swooping into the bay, peaking on those hidden sandbars before reeling ashore.
The tide is as wrong as you can get it right now but give it an hour or so and we should see some excellent little waves spinning through! Or, if you are in a hurry then pretty much every one of your favourite surf breaks all along this wriggly stretch of coastline should have some great surf!
So just choose your favourite one and enjoy!



Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot


Very little surf is managing to swing all the way in here this morning.
Maybe a foot or so of twinkling and glassy little, shin high waves are washing ashore but they would be barely rideable. And with the other side being so good again, you would want to go over there for a surf today.
Otherwise it is a fabulous place, as always, to have a paddle!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  16:15  (1.7m)              High Tide:  09:56  (6.5m)


Surf Forecast for Saturday 11th June 2016

This weather is gradually on the change, that settled stillness of the last week or two gradually giving way to something more normal as we go through today, a westerly breeze blowing some occasional dampness our way.
And the surf is likely to lose that smart sharpness that we have been enjoying, the onshore breezes producing a more sloppy and onshore little surf to play in today.
So, three feet of mildly onshore and crumbly surf is likely to be occupying us this Saturday!


Surf Conditions for the Weekend

These small but regular little swells are expected to continue to roll our way all the way through the end of this week and into the weekend.
Those beautifully clean and glassy conditions of the end of the week will gradually be replaced by more onshore conditions as the weekend settles in, the breeze slowly becoming something just a bit stronger.
By Saturday night or Sunday morning we could be seeing a fresher westerly wind starting to push a little more swell our way, resulting in some three to four foot surf by Sunday afternoon.
We might even be surfing Harlyn by Sunday evening!
But generally the weather should be bright enough with the surf getting bigger as the weekend unfolds.
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!