Surf Report for Saturday 13th September 2014

Constantine (4*):  3 feet

at 7.25 a.m.

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It is as good as the already half filled car park would indicate this morning!  The sun is spectacularly leaping into dawn as the pale blue sky smooths itself all the way across to the other horizon, while smooth, smooth waves snap ashore.  The surf is a good two feet, three feet on the sets and has that look that there is more to come.  With that light easterly breeze breathing offshore into those curling and looping swells it really does look enticing.  The tide is filling in fairly rapidly and so it might be wise to slip down to a high tide break or wait a while if you can, it is only going to get better!  And that should be the way of it along the entire coast today with the south coast offering another alternative too.  Just take your pick and enjoy!  Did I mention how warm the water is?

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Harlyn (0*):  Flat

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It’s still pretty much flat around here this morning, well, there are tiny little ripples rolling in through the too deep water but not rideable ones. That might just change, only a little though, as the tide rolls back later this morning.
We could be seeing shin to knee high glassy walls through the rest of the day. But the other side is so very good today that that is the place to head for really.
Just take your pick of any of the main surf breaks that are scattered along our coast and enjoy!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:22  (1.0m)           High Tide:  21:18  (7.2m)

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Surf Forecast for Sunday 14th September 2014

Let’s see if the swell from that low pressure system down off Portugal can push through the mainly light offshore winds.
It should do but it might be just a little smaller. Smooth, peeling, glistening and glinting and hopefully still a decent couple of feet but maybe not much more than that.
But that will do!

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Surf Conditions for the Weekend

There’s a low pressure system down to the south and it’s deepening.
Anchoring itself off Spain and Portugal, the winds should send at least some swell up to the Cornish Peninsula by the weekend, it has been there a day or three already after all!
So, that small swell started showing itself as the week wound down, still tiny but very rideable on Friday’s afternoon tide.
These offshores are forecast for pretty much the entire weekend, along with those big blue skies and enough sunshine to keep everybody happy. Add to that a very pleasant and smooth, rolling, three foot swell and the scene is set for a fabulous weekend of better than fun surf!
So, enjoy this wonderful weather and surf and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!