At 7.10 a.m:  

Constantine (1*):  2 to 3 feet

A cold and ugly, biting northerly wind is chewing at the dunes this morning, gnawing at your bits as well while you struggle through that sand-in-your-eyes dance, half a squint away from just ignoring the waist high and equally grumpy looking surf.
The grey sky isn’t helping either. I say grey but is it more white than grey?
Could there be some snow in that sky?
No, surely not.
Not after that fabulous hint of summer we enjoyed last week.
Anyway, the weather ain’t great and the surf ain’t greaterer.
You might want to go back to bed today.
And eat more chocolate eggs.
And watch more dreary TV.
Ah, maybe the surf ain’t that bad after all…….   


Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot

That cold Northerly wind is blasting its chill anger into Harlyn this morning, blowing sand and spray across the bay while chopping and messing what few tiny waves  there are.  
There’s hardly any surf out there this morning and what there is is a mess. A small and mixed up mess of weak and sloppy little waves.  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  19:02  (2.6m)              High Tide:  12:25  (5.5m)



Surf Forecast for Tuesday 6th April 2021  

North nor’ westerly wind are going to chop and mess the small and weak little surf that is bouncing along our coast again today.
It feels like we’re in for a chilly and breezy, uncomfortable kind of a day!  

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

Last week’s settled and fine conditions have been replaced by something much more unsettled, uncomfortable and very chilly for this week.
A hard blowing northerly wind is going to blast arctic air our way as we enter Easter week, the Atlantic being dominated mainly by a vast high pressure system, resulting in very little in the way of decent surf for at least a little while.
Small and choppy surf is going to be bouncing around for the first few days of the week, that wind chilling the air and dulling the sky too but hopefully by midweek the wind should calm, staying mainly onshore but allowing some brightness to shine through maybe.
But it’s likely to be the end of the week before we can enjoy some cleaner surf conditions, the breezes switching offshore but maybe then flattening the already tiny and weak surf.
So, a week to catch up on all those jobs that we didn’t get around to during those months and months of lockdown, readying ourselves to open back up to greet all of our happy little customers again, as of the 12th April!
Can’t wait!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great Easter Week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!