Surf Report for Friday 20th September 2019

At 6.50 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  1 to 2 feet  

The breeze is just starting to freshen up from the east south east on another fabulously gorgeous late summer morning.
The swell has eased back a little but a foot or two of immaculately gorgeous swell lines are still gliding through the shimmering blue sea, a 10 second wavelength allowing it to be just a little more solid.
I’d try and get on it sooner rather than later, this wind is forecast to strengthen throughout the day and it might just end up flattening those already small waves!  

 

Harlyn (0*):  Flat  

It is yet another bright and beautiful dawn over at Harlyn this morning, the sky as clear as can be, that sea reflecting a silver blue.
But the surf is pretty much flat. A few six inch ripples are trickling in but it’s the other side again for a surf today.
And it’s only small over there!  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:49  (2.0m)              High Tide:  09:27  (6.5m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Saturday 21st September 2019  

A blustery south easterly blow is likely to be chattering across the bays today, pushing against the already small and weak little swell lines.
We’ll be lucky if the surf doesn’t completely flatten out today but if you can find a little shelter from a headland at one of those swell exposed beaches then you might get a few little gliders early on.  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

The weather is likely to slowly deteriorate this weekend, the wind strengthening from the south east as we go into Saturday, the surf starting to build through Sunday.
So with only a little luck Saturday should stay bright enough in the strong offshore wind, a few showers to keep us on our toes and only very small waves to hunt down. Those headland protected surf spots which are exposed to the swell will be the places to go but even then there will be more of a trickle than a growl maybe.
The wind is likely to back more southerly as we go into Sunday before swinging to a westerly through midday. That should reinforce the three to four feet of mainly windswell that will be rolling our way, providing bigger drops but not much in the way of shape.
Harlyn might have something a little more shapelier by late afternoon but it is probably going to be quite small.
Still, we should manage to get in and with a little looking and searching we could even find some good ‘guns to surf on!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!