Constantine (3*): 3 to 4 feet
at 7.10 a.m.
A calm and pleasant morning is upon us this morning, the sky full of pinks and blues, the breeze light, almost offshore here but not quite, yet.
There’s a half decent three feet plus of still bumpy and sloppy surf surging in at just about full tide.
The forecasts are showing the wind to back to the south east through the morning which will make for much smoother and cleaner conditions.
With only a little luck we should be enjoying a fun and clean three feet of peeling surf by lunchtime, pushing up a bit in size with this afternoon’s incoming tide. Watch out for that wind though, it might just strengthen through the afternoon before the evening glass off!
Harlyn (1*): 1 foot
There’s a gentle peak or two rolling in at high tide here, the wind light, the sky bright(ish) and those little peaks clean.
As the tide drops those waves will become snappier but they might just lose what tiny size they do have.
If Harlyn is your fave wave then you might just get a shin to knee high glassy session but really it’s the other side today!
All of the breaks on the other side of the headland should be in the three foot range and should clean up as the day goes on!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 13:36 (1.4m) High Tide: 19:29 (7.0m)
Surf Forecast for Tuesday 11th November 2014
It’s looking good for today with a steady offshore (south easterly) wind caressing a steady three foot swell. A steady three foot swell until that new swell kicks in!
And then it is going to build and build!
A couple to three feet, clean and smart surf should be reeling through the morning, the afternoon tide bumping things into the pretty big range, four to five to six feet plus!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
This week looks like starting out quite gently with only light winds holding a couple to three feet of rolling swell.
The wind is likely to settle to the south for most of the week, twitching a little from the south west to a steady south easterly as we start the week before settling to the south south west during midweek and staying there for most of the rest of the week.
After a fairly medium sized start to the week’s swell we should see sizes increase quite suddenly into midweek with some sizeable stuff rolling our way by Wednesday.
We could be surfing those super sheltered spots from midweek with only a little luck. Although if the wind does manage to stay as light as it is forecast into the end of the week, our main surf breaks might just start to sizeably shine!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!