At 6.10 a.m:
Constantine (1*): 3 feet
The breeze is light and the sky is filled with cloud on this more subdued kind of morning, there’s plenty of blue up above but there are still big bundles of grey, silver and white cloud banks hovering.
That breeze is strong enough to crumble the three feet or so of slow moving surf, a light north westerly just keeping temperatures a little lower than they have been. So the deserted beach is looking almost a little wintery this morning, the sea that deep and dark blue while the sky is a little uncertain. But give it a couple of hours and I’m sure it will be bright and fresh and lively with some messed up junk surf to play about in!
We seem to have fallen for a scam mail yesterday resulting in our losing ALL of our emails (yep, all of them going back to the very beginning of time!).
So if you have emailed us at any time up until lunchtime yesterday and are wondering why we haven’t bothered replying, well, we haven’t got it!
And if any of our suppliers are looking at this, well we don’t have your invoices, promos or delivery slips either. So if you could just pop us a copy sometime that would be good!
Harlyn (0*): Flat
The sea is bit choppy at Harlyn this morning, all moody and atmospheric and pleasant to look at but flat. SUPing will be a bit of a chore in that chop too but it might be smoother as the tide saunters in for lunchtime.
Give it a few hours and it should all brighten up and be a little more inviting!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 20:18 (2.5m) High Tide: 13:42 (5.7m)
Surf Forecast for Sunday 28th July 2019
The north westerly breeze continues to chop and slop the tiny waves again today, a foot or two of junk surf being the best that we can hope for!
Anyone would think that schools are out or something!
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
Low pressure is nudging up against Ireland this weekend, having drawn those warm breezes up from the continent for the last few days and now spinning them around on us as it eases its way to the north, sending a cooler north westerly wind for the weekend.
Friday’s bigger swells will soon ease away reducing to three to four feet or so by Saturday, a couple to three feet by Sunday.
The warm summer weather is going to make the otherwise junky surf that bit more enticing this weekend, the odd rain shower of Saturday not lasting too long and soon being replaced by enough brightness for most.
And then next week looks like it’s going to start out with some fresher winds blowing in from the south west, at least allowing Harlyn to have some shape, getting bigger through the afternoon.
So a mixed weekend after the lovely weather of last week but with plenty of waves to slide around on, maybe not perfect but fun enough!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!