At 7.05 a.m:
Constantine (4*): 3 to 4 feet.
After last night’s downpours, spurred on by that booming thunder and brilliant lightning, this morning is all calm, a bright and tranquil morning filled with birdsong and twinkling sunlight.
The breeze is light, drifting across from the south east, slowly and gently clearing that early morning haze that is lazing about in the bay.
The surf is pumping, three to four feet of glassy and peeling heaven with some big sets roaring through every quarter of an hour or so.
Tall and glassy peaks are unfurling all across the bays, holding just for that moment before pitching out and reeling away.
Here might not be the best break on the coast today but there is a pumping swell, the breeze is light and offshore and so loads of breaks will enjoy absolutely classic surf conditions today!
Harlyn (2*): 2 feet.
A couple of feet of ruffled little surf as cresting along the shoreline here this morning, the wind light and offshore, that haze gently clearing in the early morning sunlight.
There are very occasional bigger sets, twice the size of those regular little waves but they are a long, long way part.
The more west facing surf breaks are the places to go today with that pulsing four foot plus swell combine with the lightest of south easterly breezes drifting offshore, just take your pick of them!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 15:24 (0.7m) High Tide: 09:00 (7.3m)
Surf Forecast for Tuesday 12th April 2016
Another day of cleans wells and light offshores awaits!
The surf will be smaller but the sets should still be worth the wait.
I’m guessing that it will be in the two foot range but with three foot sets every now and again. But all bright and sunny and pleasant and peeling!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
The strong winds of the weekend should quickly ease as the new week unfolds, Monday starting out calm and gentle, with a half decent swell curling our way.
Those glassy conditions of Monday afternoon will be replaced by light offshores and brighter weather as we go through Tuesday and into midweek, the size of the surf dropping to small through Tuesday before rebuilding into midweek.
So a good start to the week is waiting for us with three feet and more of offshore shaped surf becoming glassier and then turning into smaller but clean and fun-in-the-sun surf, before building again!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!