At 7.40 a.m:  

Constantine (1*):  6 to 8 feet  

Another quiet and peaceful, overcast and quite heavy kind of morning is promising a bit of a blow for later, along with some wetness. But for now it’s all very pleasant and mild enough.
And the surf is pumping again with big sets of waves pushing into the bay, almost tripping over the smaller ones on their way in.
The breeze is light for the moment, drifting across from the south south west and just strong enough to bump and lump those thick, grey waves.
That wind is going to strengthen through the day thoughwith some powerful gusts expected tonight along with some heavy downpours too.
Before then though, there’s always Harlyn:……….  


Harlyn (4*):  3 to 5 feet  

This swell is a long spaced one with a bit of a wait between those bigger sets.
But they are there!
The three feet or so waves that are filling in regularly are being eclipsed by much bigger and sturdy looking three to five wave sets of well overhead and thundering walls every quarter of an hourish.
The still highish tide is making it a little fatter and maybe a little easier but those waves should sharpen up and hollow out as the tide drops out further.
The size is likely to drop a little through the day along with the tide before a new swell starts to fill in this evening.
Yep, it’s another Harlyn kind of day!  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  12:30  (1.0m)              High Tide:  18:23  (7.3m)



Surf Forecast for Saturday 10th November 2018  

Thick and booming swells are going to be pushed along by a blustering south westerly wind all day long today.
So if you haven’t familiarised yourself with the delights of a spring tide Harlyn with a booming swell, today could be your day!
It should be big, hollow and booming!  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

A fat low pressure system is slowly crawling by the UK this weekend, spinning off loads of swell but too close not make things windy too.
So it looks like we are in for a blustery one with strong south westerly winds keeping the air mild and wet all the way through the weekend.
And that always points to Harlyn.
A typical blustery Harlyn weekend awaits with some big and churning, hollow waves expected all weekend long, low tide offering some board snappingly heavy stuff while the bigger spring high tide will make things just a little fatter.
Or you could hit up a road trip and surfari off to one of those rare breaking Rivermouths or Points, one of those whispered about breaks that only work on the rarest of occasions when spring tide, big swell and south westerly wind combine to produce perfection!
Or not.
Have a great weekend wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!