At 7.50 a.m:
Constantine (2*): 2 to 3 feet
The wind has shifted just a degree or two more to the north east this morning. It is still blustery and it is still bitingly cold but there are some brighter bits between those bundles of clouds that are scurrying across the horizon. And we seem to have lost those downpours of yesterday, maybe.
And there are some waves to ride too.
A couple to three feet of very wintery, grey and dark waves are hesitating their way into the bay, the tide completely wrong and so not helping it at all.
But the wind is hollowing those left-handers, holding some of those peaks tall before they unfurl their way ashore.
It’s not great but it will improve a whole lot as the tide drops to low and then pushes back.
And it is always nice to see some brightness anyway!
We are having a ‘FLASH SALE’ in the shop this weekend! We have a rail of 1/2 price Patagonia wetsuits (in a variety of sizes and styles), a mixed rail of previous seasons’ mixed brands (and mixed sizes) all at 1/2 price, as well as all our other suits (Vissla, Xcel, O’Neill) with 20% to 40% OFF. We will be slashing prices on surfboards and clothing too! From 10.30 a.m. on Saturday till 4.30 pm Sunday!
Harlyn (0*): 1 to 2 feet
The north easterly wind is battering the two feet of swell that has swung into Harlyn this morning, toppling and shoving bumpy peaks as they struggle into the bay.
If you thrive on junked out, chopped and slopped, small surf in a freezing onshore wind then this is the place to be but for the rest of us, well, at least the other side is kind of clean(ish).
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 09:27 (1.6m) High Tide: 15:20 (7.1m)
Surf Forecast for Saturday 2nd December 2017
Another day of northerly winds is waiting to blow our way today but there is likely to be a slight increase in air temperature as high pressure nudges just that little bit further across us allowing the wind to have just a little west to it. While that is a slightly milder direction, it is also onshore.
So another day of two to three feet, onshore chopped and bumpy, close-fetch surf is waiting!
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
The air temperatures might just get into double figures this weekend and we might see some brighter, clearer and more cheerful skies too.
But it is still going to be chilly!
On blow those northerly winds, blustering in from the north west now, onshore and just a fraction milder than it has been.
Apart from that? Well, more of the same really.
A couple of feet of weak ad reluctant swell is going to be crumbled and chopped by the wind as it stumbles into the bays to produce small and mainly sloppy conditions.
Still, the brighter weather always makes it seem to be better than it sometimes is!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!