Surf Report for Friday 22nd June 2018

At 6.10 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  1 to 2 feet 

A fabulous day is lighting up the bay this morning, the sky clear and blue, the sea a deeper blue, that wind still a little chilly but slightly calmer than yesterday.
And that wind is a few degrees more towards east than north, kind of offshore, almost clean but not quite.
Not yet, it is calmer but is still easing.
A foot or two of rivened and streaked, undecided little waves are deciding where to break, hesitating while looking for some sandbars, tripping over the rocks on the Reef and the Slab in their search.
So the surf is okay, not great and only just about okay but okay.
But the sun is shining, the water temperatures are more inviting and those waves promising better for later.   

 

 

Harlyn (0*):  Flat  

The north easterly wind is blowing straight onshore at Harlyn this morning, slopping the surface of the sea but not really effecting the surf, as there isn’t any.
The sky is clear, the sea is blue, the beach is gorgeous but there ain’t no surf here today!

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  20:10  (2.1m)              High Tide:  13:39  (6.1m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Saturday 23rd June 2018  

A beautiful day awaits with light, light breezes whispering offshore beneath a beautifully clear sky.
And so it’s a shame that the surf is going to be so very small, almost flat.
Almost but not quite.
Those usual ‘swell magnet’ breaks will have some tiny but fun, gliding waves.
Get the longboards out!   

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

Summer is making a more than welcome return as this more blustery and chillier week winds down.
High pressure will be happily snuggling over the whole country by the weekend, allowing the skies to clear, the sun to shine and the breeze to calm, while temperatures increase by a degree or two each day.
The surf is likely to be small but beautifully shaped and very tempting in these lovely, calm and bright conditions, peaking at not much more than a couple of feet throughout the weekend.
But it shouldn’t go flat, we might have to reach for a longboard or something very floaty, especially on the dropping tides but overall there should be enough surf to keep the stoke levels running high.
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!