At 6.25 a.m:
Constantine (1*): 0 to 1 foot
The sun is shining, the birds are singing, the breeze is fresher and offshore and there’s almost a foot of underlying hidden in the depths of high tide. It’s going to be another scorcher and we might just enjoy a longboard glide too!
And the Battle of the Foamies is only 24 hours away! I hope you have your costume and foam surfboard ready!
Harlyn (0*): Flat
It is flitty flatty flatkins here today but don’t worry, I’m sure that there’ll be a ripple or two to ride for the Battle of the Foamies tomorrow!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 13:20 (1.5m) High Tide: 19:15 (7.0m)
Surf Forecast for Saturday 30th June 2018 – Battle of the Foamies Day!
Real small conditions will probably greet us in the morning, a foot or two at best but that swell should thicken and strengthen as the day goes on. By the late afternoon high tide we should be seeing something just a little more rideable rolling back in, the wind staying offshore all under that hot and sunny sunshine.
So there should be some tiny ones at Harlyn – enough to get the Battle of the Foamies going anyway!
Surf Conditions for the Battle of the Foamies Weekend
Well the big surfing event of this summer, the ‘Battle of the Foamies‘ is scheduled for this Saturday!
A fancy dress surfing extravaganza offering an amazing array of prizes will go down at Harlyn Bay with entry open to everyone and anyone!
It is expected to be a massive event and it is hoped that huge amounts of money will be raised to help the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and Harlyn Surf Life Saving Club – both massively important to the Young Guns of the area.
So come on down and drop in on what promises to be a fabulous event!
And don’t forget the evening entertainment!
Luckily the Battle of the Foamies will be immense fun regardless of the actual surf conditions because those waves are looking real small again!
Saturday is likely to see not much more than knee high gliders at our main breaks but hopefully allowing some dribblers through to Harlyn to test those foam board surfing heroes! But the weather should continue to be hot and sunny and gorgeous.
And then it’s all change for Sunday!
The wind is likely to remain offshore, from the east north east, a bit blustery in the morning and then calming through the day as rain clouds gather and thundery downpours threaten.
The surf is going to stay small but bigger than it has been with a thicker one to two feet of offshore shaped peelers tempting you in!
And then a new week continues the bright and cheerful weather and small but well shaped surf.
The temperatures might be lower and the air fresher but otherwise summer seems settled! Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!