Constantine (3*): 3 to 5 feet
at 6.15 a.m:
It’s a mild morning this morning with a light southerly breeze drifting across the bay and brushing against the three to four feet and just occasionally bigger waves.
The sky is brightening with a cloud bank or two begrudgingly lumbering away to allow some lighter and brighter stuff to shine through.
The surf is a little hesitant, there seems to be maybe a couple of swells rolling our way; one seems to be a little close-fetch and uneven, the other much more solid with a long wait between those unpredictable sets.
There are a handful of surfers out off the Point having an early one and they look like they’re being caught well inside by those bigger sets but they’re having fun on the more consistent, smaller ones.
Conditions should sort themselves out as the day rolls on, the swell smoothing out as the breeze backs more to the south and maybe even slips to the south south east – offshore. I wouldn’t be surprised to see some really very nice surf on this afternoon’s incoming tide!
Harlyn (2*): 1 to 2 feet
It is really very small around here this morning, smaller than you might expect from seeing the surf on the other side of the headland but there are those occasional two foot sets sliding in every now and then. I guess that the swell is a little more from the west than it can be and so isn’t swinging around the headland as it might.
Saying that, there is some surf to ride and the set waves are a fun looking couple of feet in this offshore (here) breeze. And of course it is likely to build just a little with the incoming tide later this morning.
It is likely to be a fun, smaller wave option if the other side isn’t to your liking.
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 10:25 (2.0m) High Tide: 16:21 (6.5m)
Surf Forecast for Tuesday 30th June 2015
You know those picture postcards, the ones depicting, turquoise seas, deep blue skies, white streaked waves and a scattering of visitors on the otherwise golden snd sun soaked sand?
Yep, one of them!
We are likely to be enjoying a couple to three feet of gorgeous surf, combed into perfection by fairly light offshores all under some bright and warm (maybe getting hot) sunshine.
It doesn’t get much better than this, until tomorrow anyway!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
Light winds and clear, clear sunshine are expected this week with some really very pleasant surf too!
If you have been saving yourself for that special summer occasion then this week could be the time to slip on down to the sea!
After a slow start through Monday, those onshore winds should ease as the sky clears and temperatures start to increase.
By Tuesday we should be enjoying some very pleasant surf conditions with clearing skies and burning sunshine accompanying light offshore breezes and some smallish but still very fun surf. That swell should increase to twice or three times the size by Wednesday morning, the winds staying light and maybe being kind to Harlyn and other sheltered spots.
It could all just get very good indeed this week!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!