At 6.20 a.m:

Constantine (1*):  3 to 4 feet.


A brisk westerly wind is keeping temperatures down this brighter and sunnier morning but otherwise it’s a fresh and sharp kind of start, at least holding the promise of a more Summery day ahead!
The surf is a mess again this morning, a little bit bigger than the last week or so but still in the three feet range, pushing more to four feet than it has been though. And of course that wind is making a chopped and slopped, mixed up mess of it all, a chilly wave messer of a west north westerly wind but one that is keeping the air fresh and the sky bright, so far.
High tide could be fun with the low neap highs allowing those waves top bounce through the tide.


Harlyn (1*):  0 to 1 foot


It is pretty tiny around here this morning, cleaner and sharper than the other side of course but tiny. A foot or so of sparklingly clean and relatively smooth little waves are snapping ashore as the tide hits low making you think that there might be hope for some slightly bigger waves later.
But that is definitely no more than a ‘maybe’ again!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  20:38  (2.1m)              High Tide:  13:59  (6.1m)


Surf Forecast for Saturday 30th July 2016

Light north westerlies are going to keep the air clear and the surf sloppy today as that same mainly three foot windswell continues to roll our way.
The only saving grace of the last week or tow is that there have been those sloppy and choppy little waves continuing to blow our way, it can often be flat at this time of year!
But today should see more slopped and chopped three foot surf at the main surf breaks with enough bright and cheery, sunny weather to keep most people happy enough!


Surf Conditions for the Weekend

Well at least the weather might improve for the weekend!
Light breezes are set to gently waft our way as we go into the weekend, that same three foot swell continuing to lazily roll our way.
Those breezes are likely to be light enough and mainly from the north west, a chillier direction and not very supportive of the swell, while that swell is likely to be just a continuation of the same close-fetch and fairly weak stuff that we have enjoyed all week.
So, a weekend of mainly fun and playful surf with enough sunshine to resemble summer lies in wait!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!