At 6.50 a.m:
Constantine (0*): 6 to 8 feet.
The wind is blowing and the sky has darkened this morning, a grim return to those endless days of drizzly Winter.
A brisk south sou’ wester is gusting hard into the bay driving some wild surf ahead of it.
Six to eight feet of broken and tattered surf is being battered ashore at just about high tide, while squalls of sharp and stinging rain are sheeting down for moments.
There’s nothing rideable here today but conditions should suit Harlyn perfectly!
Let’s have a little look see……:
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Harlyn (3*): 3 to 4 feet.
The surf is rolling in here this morning, curling into that hard blowing south sou’ westerly offshore wind.
Three to four feet and hollow, even at full high tide, the surf is energised with this wind. I’m guessing that the size will increase quite a bit with the afternoon tide and with a one metre low tide some stoking surf options will open up for those in the know.
Yep, it’s a fairly typical growling winter Harlyn holiday weekend wave and it’s probably going to be filled with the ‘ooohs’ and ‘aaahs’ of a thick and growing swell on a bank holiday weekend!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 13:20 (1.0m) High Tide: 19:11 (6.9m)
Surf Forecast for Easter Sunday 27th March 2016
Strong south westerly winds along with a thick and still building swell point to another busy day at Harlyn.
Offshore shaped and pumping, thick waves are going to be exploding into Harlyn again this Easter Sunday providing loads of fun for those with the experience and skills to fully enjoy it.
Unceremonious drubbings await the rest of us!
Surf Conditions for Easter Weekend
All eyes have been on the Atlantic weather charts in anticipation of the Easter holiday this coming weekend.
And it is looking interesting from a surfing point of view!
It is looking very much like a Harlyn weekend with a brisk sou’ wester blustering in and pushing along a building four to five to six foot swell ahead of it, getting bigger by Easter Sunday.
That pleasant and bright weather and fairly clean surf on Good Friday has quickly changed as more blustery and more showery conditions hit us for the weekend.
Growing swells are starting to boom into Harlyn for Saturday and into Easter Sunday and Monday.
Big surf is growling along the coastline for this Easter weekend so take it easy but enjoy and;
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!