At 6.20 a.m:
Constantine (4*): 3 feet.
A wide open and deep blue sky is greeting us this morning, slivers of light cloud adding to the clarity of a wonderful summer’s morning.
The air is still, the sky is clear, the birds are chortling in tune and the surf is beautiful!
Three feet of crystal clear and oilly smooth waves are spilling into the bay, peaking and reeling to the beach.
Toby D is on an early morning birthday blast, flashing a self shaped tiny orange wave slasher across those deep blue waves and the paler blue sky. The boy is ripping!!
And the rest of the day looks settled and fine, the temperatures set to relax in the mid 20s celsius, with mainly clear skies and light offshore breezes.
Harlyn (1*): 1 foot
There are small and glassy, one to two foot little waves trickling into Harlyn this morning, those oilly glass waves spilling onto the golden yellow sand in groups of four or five.
The tide is on the drop and so you can see the pull against those weak looking little waves.
It is likely to improve as the afternoon tide pulls back in but it is probably going to be pretty tiny still. And with the other side cooking along, then you’re probably going to be better off going there for a surf.
But it is gorgeous, as usual, here this morning!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 11:31 (1.7m) High Tide: 17:25 (6.8m)
Surf Forecast for Tuesday 19th July 2016
Small but pretty, offshore shaped little peelers should continue to keep us entertained today, the temperatures set to stay high and the skies staying mainly clear and bright.
Settled summer conditions have established themselves this week and today could just be one of those days of pleasantly warm weather and beautifully shaped, if a little small surf.
Have a great day!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
Smooth and clean conditions are expected to start this week’s surf conditions, the breeze set from the south east for a day or two while a small but steady little swell continues to peel our way.
The longboarders should be having a glide through Monday and Tuesday as a foot or two of peeling little swells shimmy into the bays and coves all along the coast. It’s a shame that there won’t be anything bigger but then, it is Summer and so we’ll have to accept what we can find!
By midweek the breeze will have settled back to the west, onshore but hopefully only very lightly onshore. And that should at least support those little swells and keep them rolling our way.
So, a summery week awaits, full of promise for some clean and fun, bright and sunny surfing!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!