At 6.15 a.m:
Constantine (1*): 0 to 1 foot
Another mist filled and foggy, massively atmospheric morning is teasing us as to whether we are in for a cloud covered all-day event or a gradually brightening, eventually sun drenched beaut of a day.
I’m guessing sun.
Either way there’s not much surf.
Barely a foot of swell is lightly brushing the shore, the silver glass surface of the sea reflecting the silver dull canopy of sky as tiny lines of oilly little waves shuffle our way.
Those longbboards have certainly earned their keep this summer and it promises to be another day of longboard gliding at best!
Harlyn (0*): Flat
The mist and fog of a warming morning are adding to the atmosphere at Harlyn this morning, an early morning gallop across the sand being enjoyed by one couple, an early morning walk by another.
But there’s no surf to be ridden by the one or two overnighters in their fully kitted campervans, they’re going to have to relocate to somewhere more swell exposed just to be in with a chance of some tiny waves to try to ride.
Yep, it is completely flat here again today!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 19:23 (2.4m) High Tide: 12:51 (5.9m)
Surf Forecast for Tuesday 7th August 2018
Light onshores and a bit of a temperature drop might just be announcing a sadly overdue change in the weather today!
Freshening north westerly breezes are going to chop and crumble the already real small and uninviting surf today, leaving us with the option of surfing small and weak, slope surf or nothing.
Still, those swells should start to build soon enough!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
We can enjoy another beautiful start to this week, the sun shining down hard, the breeze light, the surf small but clean and fun. Yep, Monday is promising to be a very relaxing and properly summery day!
Eventually the breeze is going to back more northerly, going north westerly by Tuesday, crumbling and slopping the still small but slowly growing little surf, finally settling to the west for the back half of the week, strengthening for moments as the surf builds into the weekend.
So, a definite week of two halves!
If you are loving these benign conditions then you might want to make the most of the next day or two as it is going to become breezier as we go along!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!