At 6.40 a.m:
Constantine (2*): 3 to 4 feet
A mizzle filled early morning is greeting us this morning, the air still, the sky, sea and land merging in a damp confusion of grey.
There is that glare beneath the marine layer though, maybe indicating much brighter to come but maybe not until the tide drops out.
In the meantime, three to four feet of wishy washy and sloppy, fairly weak looking surf is tumbling its way into the bay, probably heavier than it looks, in a ‘difficult paddle out’ kind of way but with the odd fun looking peak folding its way ashore too.
I’m hoping for much better later for both weather and surf.
Harlyn (2*): 2 feet
A couple to three feet of calm and smooth faced little waves are peaking into a higher tide Harlyn this morning, all kind of tempting, just a little on the small side.
It is an option if you can’t get over to the other side and it is likely to be cleaner than the other side too but it’s not that big and likely to drop at least a little in size as the tide drops out.
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 15:05 (1.5m) High Tide: 08:44 (6.5m)
Surf Forecast for Saturday 5th May 2018
How do you fancy a couple of feet of smooth and glassy, peeling and reeling little surf with a light offshore breeze to hold those waves tall while some very pleasant spring sun shines down?
Go on then!
Surf Conditions for the Spring Bank Holiday Weekend
Ooh, it is actually looking good for this Bank Holiday weekend!
A pleasant two to three feet of rolling groundswell is on its way to us already and should continue to throw some prettily shaped and curling, peaking and peeling waves our way throughout the holiday weekend.
So Saturday, Sunday and Monday should present some very pleasantly shaped and fun surf, big enough to fire the stoke, not too big for the kids and occasional guys.
Throw some beautifully bright weather into the mix and we have the makings of a fabulous few days of surf and sun!
Have a great holiday weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!