At 7.10 a.m:
Constantine (4*): 2 to 4 feet.
Yet another fabulous day is shimmering across the bay this morning, the golden sunburst of a beautiful dawn front-lighting the glistening faces of smooth and curling, peeling waves.
The surf is a gorgeous two to three to four feet (you have to wait for the bigger ones but they’re there!) with Louie out grabbing a pre-work solo stoke. The breeze is light and offshore, the birdsong is musical and the sun is throwing out the whole range of pastels.
I get the feeling that every favoured surfbreak along this raggedy little coastline of ours will be beautifully surf drenched today, so just choose your favourite one, grab your board, make your apologies and enjoy!
It could just be yet another perfect day in sunny Cornwall!
Harlyn (2*): 1 to 2 feet.
There are little waves lazily crumbling into the bay the morning, a foot or two of glassy and slow moving waves occasionally disturbed by those marauding double-the-size sets. But those are a long, long way apart!
It is a beautiful place to be this November morning but the surf is just so fabulous on the other side of the headland that you might want to be shuffling on over there for a surf. But if Harlyn is your only go-to spot then you will be able to get a little surf in!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 15:36 (2.1m) High Tide: 09:05 (6.5m)
Surf Forecast for Monday 2nd November 2015
I hope you enjoyed that fabulous surf of Monday but if you missed it, you can try again today!
A couple to three feet of steady swell should continue to slide our way against that light offshore breeze again today, another bright and pleasant day filled with the haze of some fabulous autumn sunshine and the spray of that rhythmic autumn swell.
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
Three to four feet of pulsing groundswell is going to set the rhythm for the start of this week!
A bright and cheerful weather pattern has settled over us and looks set to stay until midweek at least, with a three foot swell thrilling us through Monday, building a little overnight into Tuesday then holding steady for the next few days.
The wind is likely to swing onshore through midweek but should stay light.
So, sunshine, rolling swells and light offshore breezes are going to be making up the backdrop as we enter November.
It will soon be time to reach for a winter wetsuit but, so far, the better summer weight wetsuits are doing fine!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!