At 6.45 a.m:
Constantine (1*): 4 to 5 feet
It’s a wet ‘n windy one this morning with a howling west nor’ westerly slinging cold downpours into the bays.
The surf is a blown out mess of mixed up chop, four to five feet of wild and woolly, unpredictable stuff scouring the sand.
Winter is definitely knocking on the door, the deserted beach almost sighing in the wind.
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Harlyn (1*): 3 to 4 feet
The wind is blustering across an empty (except for @sarahwickins taking her early morning dip. Brrr!) Harlyn Bay this morning, trashing the three to four feet of already mixed up and stuttering surf.
It’s cold and wet and windy but still a kind of pleasant place to be.
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 21:08 (1.8m) High Tide: 14:33 (6.5m)
Surf Forecast for Tuesday 2nd November 2021
The wind is likely to have eased today but is still going to be blustering in from the North West, keeping temperatures down as it stirs and pushes the three to four feet of sloppy and already windblown swell.
The sun should be shining but that’s about the best of it for today!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
November is going to blow in cold this week, those strong west and north west winds bundling big lumps off wetness into our bays and coves.
The surf is likely to be windswept and choppy at best for most of the week, the swells starting out in the four to six foot range but gradually shrinking in size as we go into midweek.
By the end of the week the waves will be much smaller but the wind is forecast to veer offshore, still staying mainly to the north but more north easterly, offshore at our main surf breaks.
So, while the weather is going to feel definitely more wintery, the surf this week looks like it will start out big and choppy and end up being small but sweet and clean with next weekend maybe starting to show something just a little better.
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!