At 7.20 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  1 to 2 feet  

A silver skied, calm, dry and pleasant morning is embracing us this morning, the air still, the sky reflecting off the silver sea.
The surf is tiny again, rideable but real small with only a foot or two of ruffled and lightly crumbled little waves stuttering into the bay.
But, give it an hour or two and the sky should be brighter, that already mild air warmer and we should be able to glide across some fun little peelers!  


Harlyn (0*):  Flat  

It’s another moody one at Harlyn this morning, that silver low cloud reflecting off the silver smooth sea, the air mild and calm. But there’s no surf to ride, none at all.
Good place to SUP though!  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  09:04  (2.2m)              High Tide:  15:04  (6.4m)



Surf Forecast for Saturday 6th October 2018  

Strong north north easterly winds are expected to be chilling the bays as it blows down the coastline, probably flattening any surf that might have trickled through.
We might just get a little surf in at the peak of the tide at one of those headland protected breaks that dot the coast but it is going to be small at best.
And chilly feeling.  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

The week should gently bow out on Friday with a quiet, more summery day on offer. Small waves and bright sunshine with a light offshore breeze should cheer us all up as a foot or two of pretty little waves glide and twinkle their way ashore.
By Saturday a cold wind will be blowing down the coast, a blustery north easterly just to keep us on our toes, maybe flattening the already small surf or maybe allowing some one to two footers to push their way in against it.
By Sunday the breeze should have lightened and the sun might have returned, that same tiny swell maybe just managing to throw some more one to two foot surf our way.
And that should lead us into a pleasant week filled with more small but pretty surf along with plenty of bright weather to enjoy!
Have a great weekend wherever you are, and whatever you’re doing!