At 7.05 a.m:  

Constantine (0*):  8 to 10 feet  

And the wind continues to scream and screech as it tears its way into the bays again this morning, ripping and slashing the wild and roaring, still huge surf.
The air temperature is mild enough but the sky is heavy and leaden, ready to unleash many more gallons of stinging rain for that wind to fling about the countryside.
It’s not a day for lounging at the beach, well, not this beach anyway, not today!   


Harlyn (4*):  4 to 6 feet  

The wind continues to scream offshore at Harlyn to hold and hollow that still meaty looking, thick and angry surf.
The dropping tide is having its effect but there’s more than enough power and strength to those waves to push through the draining rips and it will probably build on this afternoon’s tide too.
With the carpark front row already filled you have to expect another busy day at the ‘Lyn so take a whole heap of tolerance with you!
And if you are paddling out today you are likely to be in the company of a few of Britain’s finest who have been showing us how to play in a sand drenching close-out all week long. So it’s all happening at Harlyn again today in the wind and the left over swell of a hurricane.
Hello Winter!   


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  10:56  (1.4m)              High Tide:  16:47  (7.1m)



Surf Forecast for All Hallows’ Eve, Saturday 31st October 2020  

Southerly going south westerly winds are going to continue to blast away at our coastline again all day long today, pushing and shoving more big and powerful, open ocean waves into our bays and coves.
Locally, Harlyn is going to be the spot again with big boomers crashing in to test your reflexes and fill your sinuses with compressed salt water. But those other options are still going to be tempting if you fancy a surfari in search of those more hidden treasures!  

Surf Conditions for Halloween Weekend  

That south westerly wind is likely to continue to blow throughout this weekend, blowing in a whole bunch of mixed weather while stirring and shaking an already mixed up and angry sea.
The underlying swell will ease in strength through Saturday but the wind will still add the feeling of extra size to it. Either way, Harlyn is likely to be our ‘go to’ surfbreak of choice with more four to six foot, hollow and grinding surf expected, hard breaking as usual at low tide, softening just a little towards high.
That swell beneath the windswell will strengthen through Sunday, producing more thick and explosive, hollow barrels at Harlyn again but along with those mighty, beach wide close-outs too!
We’ll see some brighter and sunnier spells through the weekend but we’re going to be enjoying a few downpours and lots of grey skies too!
So here comes Winter then!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!