At 6.25 a.m:
Constantine (2*): 2 to 3 feet
Bright sunlight is piercing its way through bundles of dark and threatening cloud this morning, a steady sou’ westerly wind breezing into the bay, toppling small and weak looking little waves.
There’s a couple of feet or so of more autumn looking little surf tumbling ashore, promising to build to twice that size soon enough. But watch out, the low pressure system that will provide that swell is also going to bring some blustery wind and of course some heavy and prolonged rainfall too!
But that’s not until later.
In the meantime there are some fun little waves and decent weather to play in!
Harlyn (1*): 0 to 1 foot
Patches of sunlight are reflecting off the corn yellow sand of Harlyn Bay this morning, tiny one foot turquoise waves skipping onto the beach on the incoming tide.
The surf should increase in size as that little low pressure system aims our way, the rain and wind from that low expected by this evening. But it shouldn’t last too long, just enough to drench our fields and hydrate the gardens before we return to summer basking.
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 09:05 (2.4m) High Tide: 15:07 (5.9m)
Surf Forecast for Tuesday 6th July 2021
A rain patched but generally bright enough day will be chilled by a blustery westerly wind today, Harlyn providing the cleanest surf but still being not much bigger than a couple of feet or so.
Our main surf breaks should be three or four feet but those waves are going to be fairly choppy and lumpy things.
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
Onshore winds are going to be bringing some blustery showers and heavy little squalls to our shores as well as a bumpy and lumpy three to four foot swell for the whole of this week.
So we are likely to be enjoying a week of mixed weather along with some mediocre but very surfable little waves for most of the time.
Harlyn will provide the cleanest and safest conditions but the waves are likely to be only small things at best, offshore wind cleaned and very well groomed.
Our main surf breaks will be in the three to four foot size range but choppy and mixed up for most of the time, providing a bit of paddle practice along with the thrill of bigger but bumpier drop-ins but not really offering much in the way of quality conditions.
And although the weather isn’t likely to be great for the week, there will still be plenty of brightness – so don’t forget the sunblock!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!