At 6.50 a.m:
Constantine (0*): 6 to 8 feet
A steady breeze is blowing up from the south sou’ west this morning, the sky heavy with rain but just a bit brighter over there.
The surf is bigger than it has been but is blown to pieces, six feet plus of chopped out, wild and woolly stuff bouncing happily into the bay. It’s good to look at but you might not want to get too involved with it today.
Harlyn (3*): 2 to 3 feet
The breeze is turning to wind and veering more offshore at Harlyn this morning.
Three feet of thick and curling surf is thumping onto the already hardened sand while an ominous stretch of dark cloud is just about to unload some serious wetness. But there’s brighter behind that.
So, we can expect a day of crunchy and hollow surf here, building steadily all the time into maybe twice the size by this afternoon.
Have fun but take it easy out there for the next few days!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 17:06 (2.5m) High Tide: 10:48 (5.6m)
Surf Forecast for Saturday 27th April 2019
North westerly winds are going to be whistling and wheezing their way ashore all day long today, gale force onshore lashing our coastline while blowing some thick and wet cloud our way too.
The only place that we are likely to find some surf with any shape to it is likely to be the far coast today but that could well. Be worth the adventure!
It could just be very good over there!
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
It looks as though we’re in for a bright but stormy weekend – a bit of a contrast to last weekend’s holiday bliss!
Westerly and north westerly gales will be blowing big and getting bigger, stormy waves our way all the way through this weekend.
Ten feet plus of out of control storm surf is likely to be pounding the whole coastline as we go into Saturday and Sunday.
So only those super protected, tucked away little spots are going to be coming alive, those places that you often only hear about afterwards – they are going to be the places to aim for.
The far coast could have some sparkling jewels of surf of course, if you know where and when to go
And Harlyn of course.
Harlyn should be big and wild but is likely to be blown raggedy with this wind. The south westerlies of Friday will soon be blowing westerly by Saturday and North Westerly by Sunday, onshore everywhere, even at Harlyn.
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!