Surf Report for Monday 1st December 2014

Constantine (3*):  3 feet

at 7.30 a.m.

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And so December arrives and fine looking it is too!
It’s a bright and cheery morning with the lightest of breezes smoothing the already glasslike three feet or so of surf.
Those pinks and blues of early morning daylight are settling quickly into a more settled and deeper blue with the white of distant cloud banks, the grey sea of dawn gradually giving in to the turquoises and greens and ultramarines of the shallows.
It’s all looking very nice indeed with the promise of some smaller than it has been but just as fun surf for the whole day. And with barely four metres of tidal movement on the middayish high of a neap tide along with forecasts of the wind staying at breeze level all day, it looks like we are in for a wonderful day of very pleasant surf!
Enjoy!

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Harlyn (1*):  6 inches to 1 foot

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It’s pretty much flat around here this morning!
There’s a push of six inches to a foot of wash maybe but it’s not really properly surfable, certainly not at pretty much low tide. And with the other side being so good why would you not want to go ether anyway!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  19:15  (2.0m)            High Tide:  12:35  (6.4m)

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Surf Forecast for Tuesday 2nd December 2014

And yet another pleasant, bright and gentle day awaits with small but hopefully immaculately shaped waves to ride.
The wind is forecast to be stronger and from the north east, still offshore while the swell is probably going to struggle to push more than a couple of feet our way.
But behind a headland our tucked beneath a dune, there should be plenty of surfing fun to be had.
And how mild is the water still!

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Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

This week could go either way.
The swell size is likely to have eased off from the weekend’s chunkier size but we should still be enjoying a very decent three feet or so all the way through.
So, as ever, the winds will dictate where and when the best conditions are going to be.
And this week the wind will be settling more from the north, hopefully mainly from the north east which is more offshore around here. Starting out fairly light through Monday that wind is likely to strengthen through midweek, maybe gusting quite strongly through Tuesday and into Wednesday.
The mornings are likely to be offering much cleaner and smarter conditions, the wind sometimes slipping more side to onshore through the afternoons.
The weather should stay mainly bright and cheerful with those continuing mild, mild temperatures, although we are going to notice the chill effect of the northerly airstream. we will have chillier moments!
So, another fabulous week of cheerful weather and great surf awaits!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!