At 6.45 a.m:

Constantine (1*):  3 to 4 feet


Just a quick one today on Cheyne and Sophie’s wedding day as Autumn’s windblown fingers slap some wind and wetness our way!
The wind is blowing hard from the west, throwing some weight behind those showers that are blasting through and making a real mess of the three to four feet of wild and ragged surf. The sky is already brightening though and the wind is forecast to ease as we go along too, so we are all hoping for a bright and cheerful one eventually!


Harlyn (1*):  1 to 2 feet


There’s a couple to three feet of windblown and raggedy little surf bouncing around here this morning, the wind gusting wildly across the bay, too westerly to help the surf.
But the forecasts are showing the wind easing more to the south which will transform the surf here.
The sky is already brightening and so all you have to do is wait for the wind to ease back and then there should be some fun surf. Give it a few hours and the there should be some fun two to there foot surf with a more offshore wind to help to clean things up!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  12:07  (1.3m)              High Tide:  18:02  (7.1m)


Surf Forecast for Sunday 13th September 2015

The wind is likely to have swung to the south or hopefully the south east, offshore at our favourite surf breaks.
The surf is unlikely to be bigger than a couple of feet but it should be a fun and enjoyable couple of feet, as long as you don’t mind the dull weather!


Surf Conditions for the Weekend

That lovely run of clean surf and sunny weather comes to an end as this weekend approaches.
With the wind backing to the south west the surf is likely to increase in size again at the cost of those clean conditions. Our favoured beaks are likely to be onshore mush as we go into Saturday but by Saturday afternoon Harlyn should be cleaning up and starting to show some shape as the afternoon tide rises.
Sunday is likely to show some much smaller surf and maybe some more ‘mixed’ weather but the wind should have returned to the south east again and that is offshore at our main surf breaks. So we could be enjoying a couple of feet of clean and peeling surf in amongst those Sunday showers!
And then we should be seeing some bigger and chunkier stuff coming through as the new week starts, with mainly onshore winds until midweek maybe.
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!