Surf Report for Friday 27th October 2017

At 7.50 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  2 to 3 feet

A lighter, brighter and calmer start to the day is cheering us all up this morning, the breeze is light and just offshore drifting down from the north east and so maybe keeping air temperatures just that degree or three lower than they have been.
And there’s still a fun and lined up, superclean two to three feet of very tempting surf peeling through, promising better for later too!
give it a couple of hours and the sun should have settled, the breeze is likely to stay offshore and those waves will continue to be just a bit better than they look!
Now, if only I can get this laptop starting up properly I might be able to get the surf report up earlier!  

 

Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot

No, Harlyn’s run seems to have come to an end for the moment. That north easterly breeze is strong enough to chop and slop the tiny ripples that are struggling to get in here today.
It’s the other side for a surf today but remember that the lifeguards aren’t on those other beaches! 

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  16:53  (2.8m)              High Tide:  10:28  (5.9m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Saturday 28th October 2017  

Light onshores are going to frustrate what is otherwise promising to be a very pleasant weekend.
West north westerly breezes are forecast to just be strong enough to crumble the couple of feet of otherwise fairly well lined up surf. The tides are small and the weather is set fair so we will probably enjoy a fun surf session but it is going to feel very calm following the last week of powerful swells!  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

A bright and breezy weekend is promising some fun surf conditions and enough fine weather to keep most of us happy enough!
Friday’s super clean conditions are likely to deteriorate only a little for Saturday as the wind switches onshore, gusting in from the west north west. So although it is likely to be bright and cheery all day long it might still have that north wind sting to it as well!
Morning and evening should produce the cleanest surf conditions but with a half decent three foot swell running our way all day long.
By Sunday that wind might be gusting a little harder as it settles more to the north. So we should be enjoying only a foot or two of ruffled and bumpy little surf breaking erratically at the more exposed surf breaks.
And then Monday should start the week with clean and sparkling little surf as the wind eases to a breeze and backs offshore again.
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!