At 6.35 a.m:
Constantine (1*): 1 foot.
It’s a drizzly, mizzly, murky old one out there this morning but kind of cosy and snuggly at the same time too.
The air is completely still this morning, the birdsong muffled by that damp blanket of thick but mild mizzle.
And so the tiny surf is oilly smooth, a silken swirl of knee to hip high and peeling walls of silver shimmying through the mist and dampness. If you have a longboard in your quiver and are looking for some smooth gliding fun then today should be all yours! The youngguns are going to have to dig out something a little fatter today to get their shred on but they should find some launch pads as the tide moves those peaks onto shallower spaces on the sand!
The rest of us can just glide all day long!
Those of you who have been checking our surf report on our site, www.constantinesurf.com might have noticed the new addition of the mighty SJ’s Surf Forecast for the South West! Yes, he of A1Surf fame (the original UK surf forecasting and info site), the man WHO DOES NOT USE CAPITOLS LIGHTLY has returned! And we are lucky enough to have him choose our platform to publish his revolving surf forecast!
You can check his forecasts by scrolling down beneath our own Surf Report!
We hope that you like it!
Harlyn (0*): Flat.
Mere tiny shoreline ripples are disturbing the otherwise smooth and placid lake of flatness this morning leaving little hope to get a board moving out there today. No, it’s another day for the other side of the headland and it’s pretty small around there too!
But as always Harlyn does still have that magnetic beauty this morning making it a fabulous place to paddle out from, assuming that the visibility lifts that is!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 15:52 (1.7m) High Tide: 09:30 (6.3m)
Surf Forecast for Saturday 28th May 2016
Another calm day awaits with barely a breeze to acknowledge.
The biggest difference today is going to be a welcome brightness that might just take a moment or two to get going but should eventually cheer all those visitors as eventually the skies clear and the sun shines down.
The surf is likely to stay small, a foot or two at most but all clean and shiny and welcoming, beckoning new surfers and all salty dogs alike.
A fun day on the beach awaits!
Surf Conditions for the Holiday Weekend
Light, light breezes along with loads of sunny and bright weather should make this holiday weekend a fun-at-the-beach one!
The surf is likely to have weakened from those glorious waves of midweek but there should still be plenty to get going on! Gorgeously shaped, if very small waves should welcome the weekend visitors on Saturday morning, the sky clear and the breeze very light and still offshore. Sea breezes are likely to breeze in onshore through the afternoon but other than that it should be fabulous day!
Sunday too should be fine, maybe with a few more clouds through early afternoon but overall pretty bright and with fun but small, maybe one foot wave to glide across.
And then Monday is likely to be an action replay but maybe becoming more overcast as the day goes on.
So, a very pleasant bank holiday weekend lies in wait, the surf a little smaller than we would choose but big enough to get going on and with continuing mainly good weather!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!