At 6.15 a.m:
Constantine (3*): 3 feet
It looks like another slow start this morning, the sky is a silver cloud of denseness and the marram is wet, the sand crusty with damp but it is mild and I think that most of the rain passed through the night.
And the surf is looking pleasant with a decent three feet of curling peaks gliding into the bay, looping and peeling here and there, flopping over a bit in-between. The sand could do with a bit of a storm to pile it into some better shape, making you think that there are better places than here at present.
But that will change again soon enough.
And high tide is in a couple of hours or so, so those waves might not be showing themselves until more into midmorning.
But, after saying all that we should be shimmying across the faces of some very pleasant little waves!
Harlyn (1*): 0 to 1 foot
Little waves are easing their way into Harlyn just ahead of high tide this morning, rideable and pleasant looking but really very small.
Harlyn is generally at its best just ahead of high tide so the surf is probably only going to deteriorate as the tide drops through the morning.
But as a paddlboard destination, it could be real fun again!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 14:11 (1.3m) High Tide: 20:06 (6.8m)
Surf Forecast for Saturday 2nd June 2018
Small but clean waves should tempt us again today, the sun shining brighter and the breeze staying light making it all look very attractive again!
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
A warm and dry, bright and cheerful weekend should be making the little grommets reluctant to return to school next week, especially as a fresher two foot swell builds steadily through the weekend to bring some decent three to four foot swells our way by Sunday.
So Saturday should be an extension of what has been a mainly pleasant week, the sun returning eventually, the breeze drifting up from the south, helping those little waves to grow. And by Sunday the easterly (straight offshore) breeze will be meeting the three to four feet of swell head on, manicuring and shaping and folding those waves into tunnels of glassy joy.
It could just be a very good day of surf with enough weather to keep most of us happy!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!