At 7.45 a.m:
Constantine (4*): 4 to 5 feet.
Just a little late getting the surf report up this morning, can’t imagine why!?
Anyway, it is a fabulous Friday morning with an incendiary dawn having jangled that lazy sunrise into a clear blue sky.
A breath of a breeze is silently whispering offshore, gently stroking those four to five feet and bigger, crystal smooth waves. The swell lines are parallel, a hundred yards or more between the real ones, the bigger sets a long, long way apart and all the heavier for it.
Yes,the surf is pumping doody doods and doodettes and the sun is shining and the birds are singing!
Wax ‘em up and get on out there, it really is quite a magical this morning!
Harlyn (3*): 2 to 4 feet.
A couple to three feet of sheet of warped glass waves are ricocheting off the rock an hour or so ahead of high tide, a surprising amount smaller than the other side but very surfable.
It’s all likely to become much snappier on the dropping tide here and so it should be an easier alternative for the youngsters half-term school break and and those a bit new to it all, or those who just love the ‘lyn.
The size might shrink more with that tide too but the incoming tide should rectify that this afternoon. It’s a fabulous and surf filled Friday with clear, clear skies and that lazy Autumn vibe so I would suggest that you make the very most of it!!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 16:12 (1.6m) High Tide: 09:42 (7.0m)
Surf Forecast for Saturday 22nd October 2016
That powerful swell is likely to have dropped considerably by today but the swell period should remain solid and the breeze is set offshore under another bright and sunshiny sky! So it’s all looking good for a sweet Saturday of surfing!
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
A solid groundswell has shaken the beaches alive the last day or two, the breeze super light and straight offshore, a little chilly coming from the north east but we’ll take that and the water is warm anyway.
Friday might show a little decrease in vertical height of those waves as we go into the evening but they are still long travelled, smooth and powerful and the breeze is likely to drift just a wee bit further to the east, more directly offshore.
And that is where it is likely to stay as the swell only very gradually eases back as we slide and glide into the weekend!
The surf could or should be absolutely classic for the next few days with every surf break on the coast switching on!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!