At6.45 a.m:

Constantine (2*):  3 to 4 feet.


It’s a little brighter this morning, still damp from last night’s rain but presently dry and mild and peaceful.
The sky is still grey though with a few brighter and bluer bits streaking here and there but still with that threat of some dampness not too far away.
And the surf is rolling in with three to four feet of lumpy, grey waves thumping the Reef and pushing onto the sand.
The breeze is from the west south west, onshore but only very light so far.
The tide is on its way in and so the surf should improve as the day goes on – if the wind stays calm that is!



Harlyn (1*):  0 to 1 foot


Tiny but glassy and pretty little waves are snapping onto the sand this morning, a foot or so of crystal walled wavelets sparkling on the sand.
We might see a small increase in size as the tide pushes in but it is unlikely that it will get much bigger than a foot or maybe two later.
Still, with the wind forecast to blow from the west and south west, it could be worth keeping an eye on it!




Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  18:58  (2.5m)              High Tide:  12:37  (5.7m)


Surf Forecast for Tuesday 14th June 2016

A four foot swell with a fresh and freshening westerly wind is expected today, a typical set-up for Harlyn!
And so I guess that we can look forward to a couple of feet of snappy little shutdowns over there to test us through today!
It should be bright enough as well!


Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

A more mixed start to the week should produce some bigger waves than we have seen for a little while with three to four feet of lightly onshore blown swell rolling along the coast through Monday. By Monday evening we could be seeing some Harlyn action as the wind pushes as much as two to three feet of swell all the way around the headland.
The wind is likely to have settled to a more westerly blow by then, sideshore at Harlyn but still allowing some fun waves to keep their shape.
And that’s likely to be the way of it through the start of the week, three to four feet of swell rolling in, being pushed and pulled by steady westerly winds, those winds veering back and forth from south westerly (Yay!) to north westerly (Booo!), before settling to a more direct (and chillier!) northerly direction.
So, this week promises a bit of a change to more breezy and damp and chillier weather with mixed up and sloppier surf conditions to play in!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you are doing!