At 6.30 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  2 to 3 feet


It feels more like a chilly Autumn morning than a late Spring/early Summer’s one this morning, a result of the steady north nor’ easterly breeze that is wheezing along the coast.
But the sky is bright enough and those big bundles of cloud are mainly white and cosy looking, bumbling southwards on that breeze taking away the main threat of rain.
And there’s a very fun looking two to three feet of peaky and shifty but fun looking surf wrapping its way into the bay just after high tide.
That breeze is helping to hollow out the lefts, making for fatter righthanders but at least adding some shape to it all.
Yep, it looks promising and could just improve quite a bit yet too!   



Harlyn (1*):  1 to 2 feet  


Tiny, windswept waves are trickling into Harlyn this morning as the tide eases its way out, starting its six plus metres drop.
The other side is the place to go for a surf this morning, that same north easterly that is chopping the tiny surf here is hollowing out some of the waves over there, making for some hollow lefts.
But if Harlyn is your fave wave then you will get some knee high and bumpy ones, especially on this afternoon’s tide.  




Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:40  (0.8m)              High Tide:  17:30  (7.0m)



Surf Forecast for Sunday 29th April 2018  

That same light but slightly more easterly, north north easterly breeze is likely to carry on throughout today, continuing to add a little hollowness to those tumbling two foot peaks.
And we should see enough sunshine to make it worthwhile too, especially through the morning.   

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

It could just turn out to be an okay weekend this weekend!
Only small and localised little swells are likely to be lazily drifting our way but the breeze should be calm on Saturday, just about offshore from the north north east switching more offshore on Sunday.
So Saturday is likely to be a more mixed day, a typical April shower kind of day with only the lightest of side to offshore breezes drifting down from the north.
By Sunday the sun should have settled in and the breeze is likely to have eased its way to a more direct offshore, a gentle north easterly helping to hold up the two feet of curling and peeling surf.
Well, that’s the plan anyway!
Have a great weekend wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!