Surf Report for Saturday 20th July 2019

At 6.20 a.m:  

Constantine (1*):  3 feet

A chill breeze is blustering through from the west north west this morning tumbling thick bundles of creamy grey clouds across the horizon. I think that most of the rain fell through the night, pleasing the gardeners and farmers, probably irritating the campers. But there is probably a little left in those clouds to dampen us again at some stage today.
The surf is a mess of course with three feet of mixed up junk surf the best that we can expect today.
Still, it is brightening up already and at least there are waves that you can drop in on bumbling through!  

 

Harlyn (1*):  2 feet  

The wind is breezing straight into Harlyn this morning making a mess of the two feet or so of junked out windslop.
The wind should gradually back away from the north as the day goes on so hopefully we might enjoy something just a little cleaner as the tide moves out through the morning.  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:38  (1.6m)              High Tide:  20:36  (6.9m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Sunday 21st July 2019  

The wind is forecast to back to the south west by today, still making for chopped out and messy conditions at our main breaks but allowing for cleaner conditions at Harlyn and other more sheltered spots.
But the surf is likely to be only very small, hopefully big enough to be rideable at Harlyn but maybe no more than a foot or a foot and a half.
Still, it is summer, the water is warm, the kids are on holiday – what else is there to do but enjoy yourself!  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

Breezy conditions are going to take us into this weekend, pushing some bumpy and mixed up localised windswell our way along with some more mixed weather than we have seen for a little while.
Four feet or so of thick and rolling swell will be chopped and slopped at our main surf breaks as we go into the weekend, Harlyn offering a much smaller but also much cleaner option but maybe not getting much bigger than a foot or two, especially on the dropping tide.
But that wind should ease through the weekend, staying onshore at the west facing surf breaks but easing to barely a breeze by Sunday afternoon. We should see some more settled sunshine as we go through the weekend too.
And then for those of you staying into Monday, offshores should kick in to groom a nice couple of feet or os of sunlit and peeling surf.
A weekend of three halves maybe, if you have the time!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!