Surf Report for Friday 28th September 2018

At 7.15 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  2 to 3 feet

The light offshore breeze is still with us this morning but now from that chillier North Easterly direction making temperatures lower while that sky is patchier.
Patchier and a little duller too with a dark band of something else out on the horizon.
The early morning temperatures might have dipped but the landward horizon is full of gold as a bright and powerful sun clambers our way, promising a whole lot better for later.
Meanwhile a decent three feet or so of regularly spaced swell lines are smoothly driving into the bay, the tide too high to allow them to break properly but again, promising much better for later.
Give it an hour or two and you will have your pick of the coastline today, there should be waves peaking and peeling everywhere, offering lefthanders, righthanders and straight handers galore! 

I’m away for a few days so no Surfcheck till next Tuesdayish.    

 

Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot

A foot or so of surf is trying to raise some enthusiasm as it trickles over the high tide sandbar at Harlyn again this morning but it is tiny and weak. And the breeze just has enough strength in it to make it a little crumbly too.
No, it’s the other side of the headland again today if you want some fun surf!  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:25  (1.1m)              High Tide:  08:00  (7.2m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Saturday 29th September 2018  

Light offshore breezes, more from the east today, along with plenty of bright and pleasant sunshine are going to make the very small surf look more attractive than it might end up being.
It might be longboard heaven out there through the afternoon with small but immaculately shaped little surf appealing to the weekend surfers.
And the tidal push might just add a little more to it as well.  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

These calm and settled, fine conditions should take us well into the weekend, the breeze staying offshore through Saturday while a small one to two feet of prettily shaped and fun surf glides steadily into the bays all day long.
By Sunday though that breeze will have shifted to the north west, onshore everywhere on this coast and chilling the air too. But that breeze should stay light and so should not mess the surf up too much while we should continue to enjoy some fine and bright, sunny spells.
Monday is likely to be a brighter day with more north westerly breezes and a little more consistent surf.
So, a weekend of small but still fun surf is on offer with enough fine weather and small but okay surf, enough to allow us all to have an enjoyable time of it.
I’m away for a few days, so no surf check until next week but have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!