Constantine (0*): Flat to 1 foot
at 6.40 a.m.
That pale blue sky is stretching across the turquoise grey sea this morning, another sunburst dawn distracting on the far horizon. Yep, it’s another gorgeous morning with clear skies and an inviting sea, except for the surf – or lack of it!
There are those shin-high shadow lines sliding ashore, all glassy and teasing and tempting but ever so small. We have just about managed to get a longboard floating on those teeny waves of the last few days and probably will again today but it is going to be an excuse of a surf at best! It’s probably best to grab a SUP and paddle out on it (did I mention that we now hire SUPs?!).
Still, it can’t all be bad, paddling out in boardies and a vest in mid September!
And it is starting to look good for later on in the week (check our forecast!).
Harlyn (0*): Flat
It is as flat as flat can be here again today, tiny ripples of glassy delight are tumbling onto the sand an hour our so after high tide but there’s nothing to surf on.
Grab yourself a SUP or Kayak or go for a swim but you’re not going to get a surf in, not here!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 11:48 (0.8m) High Tide: 17:42 (7.7m)
Surf Forecast for Tuesday 9th September 2014
And on it goes!
Those beautiful, bright skies are going to be backdropping another pretty much flat day with tiny ripples being the most that we can expect.
But give it a few days – that will change!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
It’s promising to be another beautiful and sun filled, bright and cheerful week but with little in the way of surf to be had, at least to start with.
Light offshores are forecast for pretty much the entire week, along with those big blue skies and enough sunshine to keep everybody happy.
But we will be lucky to see a wave break over knee-high, there are no swell generators out in the Atlantic, not yet anyway. Autumn is knocking on our door though and with its arrival there should be loads of surf yet to come.
Keep your eyes on that low pressure system which is trying to develop down in Biscay. That could be sending some very pleasant waves our way before week’s end – if it continues to deepen!
In the meantime, let’s enjoy this wonderful weather and drag those logs down for a longboard slide across any tiddlers that do decide to break!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!