At 7.35 a.m:
Constantine (1*): 2 to 3 feet
There’s a cold wind blowing this morning, a blustering north westerly which is stirring and chopping the three feet or so of weak and washed out looking surf.
It’s dark and chill looking but the water temperature is still mild and the surf is often way more fun than expected when it’s like this too!
But take it easy if you’re unfamiliar with these conditions, there is no lifeguard supervision at the beach until the weekend.
So; if in doubt – don’t go out.
Harlyn (1*): 1 to 2 feet
A fiery sunrise of a dawn is exploding down the valley behind Harlyn this morning but the bay itself is still dark and sullen that cold north westerly wind blustering its way in.
The surf is mixed up again, that wind blowing fresh and onshore.
Conditions are better here than other places but it’s still not great.
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 13:29 (1.2m) High Tide: 19:21 (7.2m)
Surf Forecast for Saturday 23rd October 2021
Southerly winds are going to blow milder but damper air our way today.
So it’s likely to be a bit of a dull one with only small surf to cheer us up, maybe a couple to three feet of choppy stuff at our exposed surf breaks, only a foot or so but sparkling clean at the sheltered spots.
Nice to have a choice though….
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
Another blustery weekend is upon us, autumn finally settling in and blowing away the last of summer with a mild southerly wind gusting our way through Saturday, backing sou’ westerly by Sunday.
Three feet or so of windblown and choppy, close-fetch surf will be rolling in to our main surf breaks on Saturday with only a foot or so of cleaner little waves managing to get around to the more sheltered spots like Harlyn.
By Sunday the the wind will be gusting in from the south west, pushing more swell our way and making for much more rideable conditions at Harlyn, the size increasing with the afternoon tide.
And then we can look forward to a week of surfing Harlyn in bigger surfing offshore winds for the whole of the autumn half-term break.
So, get the heavier wetsuits out, those winter swells are on their way!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!