At 7.15 a.m:
Constantine (0*): 5 to 6 feet
A pleasantly mild and brighter morning is highlighting the retreat of that cold wind of the last couple of days.
The surf is smaller than it has been but there’s still enough size to it with five to six feet and bigger rolling waves. A lighter but still steady wind is fluttering in from the west, still bumping and slopping that surf, the big high tide rolling onto the dunes and pulling the foliage about.
So the surf is smaller and the wind is lighter and the sky is brighter but that surf is still junked out and hardly enticing!
Let’s try Harlyn:……
Harlyn (1*): 3 to 5 feet
Three or four feet of still lumpy and unpredictable surf is rolling through high tide Harlyn this morning, racing beneath the bridge to surprise the stream again.
The tide is still massively high and the wind, lighter as it is, is from the west but the forecast is showing the wind to ease more to the south as the tide drops back. So the surf could just be quite nice here in a few hours, getting better maybe on this afternoon’s tide too.
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 14:22 (0.5m) High Tide: 20:15 (7.3m)
Surf Forecast for Saturday 14th March 2020
A five foot swell along with lighter south westerly winds would indicate that Harlyn is likely to be the surf destination of choice locally this weekend.
We can expect a fun and clean three feet of curving and hollow surf, getting better as the day rolls on.
The weather should be brighter in the morning too, maybe deteriorating through the afternoon but it shouldn’t be too bad!
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
Another weekend of fun surf at Harlyn along with some wild and windy walks is aiming our way.
Although the wind might veer a little westerly early on Saturday, that shouldn’t last too long before returning to the south west for the rest of the weekend.
The swells should have eased in size and strength from the brutality those heavy storm swells of a few days ago as well but there should still be a thick and rolling six to eight feet of ocean swell producing a solid three to four feet of surf at Harlyn.
So Saturday should be a bright ‘n breezy one with the afternoon tide producing some solid little barrels at Harlyn, making for three to four feet of hollow and sunny surf well into the evening.
And those conditions should continue all the way through Sunday, the wind maybe settling slightly more to the west through the afternoon, putting more of a lump on those otherwise quite smooth and sharp, hollow waves.
But it should still be a whole heap of fun with maybe a real hint of Spring starting to show itself at last!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!