At 6.05 a.m:
Constantine (0*): 0 to 1 foot
The bays are immersed in a sea of gloom this morning as a light sou’ westerly breeze bundles a whole lot of dampness ashore.
There’s no surf either but give it a few hours and we should be enjoying a couple of feet of sloppy little waves as a new swell starts to show.
Otherwise it might be worth cosying down somewhere with a screen and a pint to enjoy a feast of televisual sporting excellence with Wimbledon, The Lions and coverage of the Tour de France all set to entertain us.
And then there’s that game of footyball this evening…..
Harlyn (0*): Flat
Torrential rain is sweeping across the bay at Harlyn this morning, a blur of sky, sea and land vaguely visible through that murk of a wet and breezy summer’s morning.
The surf is flat and there’s no sign of much changing here any time soon.
Saying all that, as ever Harlyn still keeps its appeal, so if you fancy wrapping up in waterproof layers for a romp in the rain then this is your place today!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 19:27 (2.6m) High Tide: 13:01 (5.7m)
Surf Forecast for Sunday 4th July 2021
We might just see some clean but very small surf at Harlyn today, if we’re lucky!
A blustering sou’ westerly wind will be pushing a lumpy and choppy swell onto our main surf breaks providing plenty of broken and chopped surf at the usual spots with just the chance of some of those set waves swinging all the way around the headland and swinging in to Harlyn.
It will be small at best but the wind will be offshore there and so it could just be an option.
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
A new swell should start to show itself this weekend but of course with that will come a weather change too!
As Saturday morning’s still calm conditions give way to an onshore, sou’ westerly breeze through the afternoon, we should start to see a decent couple of feet of rolling and tumbling surf bouncing into the bays.
And that sou’ wester will continue to blow steadily through Sunday continuing to push that rolling swell our way with signs of an increase in wave height as we go into the evening.
There’s likely to be the chance of the odd shower or two throughout the weekend but we should continue to enjoy enough fine weather to keep most of us happy too.
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!