At 7.10 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  3 to 4 feet  

The wind has eased this morning but the sky is as dark as Mordor on this All Hallow’s Eve.
Rain is falling steadily too, although the air temperature is milder than it has been making for a cosier feel to the morning in spite of the dampness.
The surf is looking like a whole lot of fun though!
Three to four feet of oilly glass waves are peaking and peeling through when the sets arrive – but there is a wait between!
Right now is just about bang on high water and so it is all a little deep but it could and should improve as the tide eases its way back out.
Those weatherproof changing robes are made for days like these aren’t they!  


Harlyn (0*):  1 foot  

A foot or so of glassy and lightly crumbled little waves are tumbling through onto the high tide bank at Harlyn this morning, the air almost still and ,milder than it has been for a few days.
The other side has some real fun surf and so that’s the place to be today but there are tiny little but rideable waves here as well if that is what you prefer!
It should improve just a little as the day rolls on.  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:33  (1.0m)              High Tide:  19:27  (7.3m)



Surf Forecast for Friday 1st November 2019  

Ah, blustery south westerly winds will make their return today, gusting and blowing and pushing a building swell into the bays. Four feet in the morning, eight feet by evening but blown out at the main breaks, Harlyn should be shining all day long!   

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

Another wet ‘n windy one is waiting to greet us this weekend with a heavily blowing west sou’ wester forecast for all day Saturday, backing slightly more to the north for Sunday. So that’s going to feel cold!
Anyway, big waves should be bullying their way into our coves and bays all weekend long, getting really big through the middle of Saturday even at Harlyn.
It should be an ideal weekend for trekking about and discovering those whispered about surf breaks that only occasionally break in big and stormy conditions, those tucked away little spots up creeks and around headlands on both coasts.
But it is going to be big out there and the lifeguards have finished for the season, so just remember that you’re on your own, so take it easy!
Otherwise have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!