Surf Report for Friday 30th June 2017

At 6.30 a.m:  

Constantine (0*):  4 feet

This is as hideous a morning as you want to experience, especially at the end of June!
And yet there is still that attraction to an isolated beach with a more autumnal blow skidding across the bay, the marram bending and the deep blue and turquoise sea being blown and messed.
Three to four feet, maybe bigger of blown out and chopped and slopped, raggedy surf is crashing through the murk of a sopping wetness, the sky, sea and air merged into one blur of damp.
There ain’t no surf to ride here this morning and it looks like it could be a while before there is!
It’s a great day for a hike or if you want to dash of a quick seascape in oils!  

 

Harlyn (0*):  2 to 3 feet  

A couple to there feet of windblown and ravaged waves are bouncing into the bay here this morning.
The strong north westerly wind is screeching into the bay flinging wetness all over the place.
Probably best to find somewhere more sheltered if you want to relax this morning!  

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  17:16  (2.0m)              High Tide:  10:55  (6.4m)

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Surf Forecast for Saturday 1st July 2017  

Well, it should be brighter today, still breezy from the north west, so still a bit chilly but lighter and drier and a bit more summery!
And a couple to three fete of sloppy but still fun surf should be shuffling into the bays today too, at least offering some excitement on the lead up to high tide!  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

It could very well end up being a weekend of two distinctive halves this weekend, the trail end of that low pressure system hanging around for a day or so too long before we see a light high pressure system dropping over us.
So Saturday should be much brighter but still with that cold and annoying north westerly wind blowing down the coast making a mess of the small surf.
But that junky and choppy surf might just end up being rideable through late morning and into the afternoon providing a lot of sloppy and choppy little peaks for those of you nimble and able enough to throw some air action out there.
The wind should lighten up a lot by Sunday, still blowing onshore from the north west but again allowing some leaping about on those choppy peaks.
And that is likely to lead us into what looks like another week of onshore winds and mediocre surf.
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!