At 8.25 a.m:

Constantine (0*):  6 to 8 feet.


The sky is grey again this morning, a water filled canopy just waiting to tip maybe. But the wind is light, a steady south westerly drifting across the bay, still strong enough to roughen up and make a mess of the six to eight feet of powerful looking surf but not quite that annoying howl that has been with us for a while.
So, it’s not the place to surf again today, let’s trot on over to Harlyn for a gander……

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Harlyn (3*):  3 to 4 feet.


There’s a glassy three feet and maybe a bit bigger of sand sucking close-out action going on a couple of hours before low tide.
As always with Harlyn there are those odd ones though, those peeling, zipping, freight train little barrels, grinding across the sand. You will probably have to catch a whole bundle of close-outs before picking one of those sweet ones but when you do, they should be worth it!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:11  (1.4m)              High Tide:  17:02  (7.0m)


Surf Forecast for Sunday 10th January 2016

Steady and strong south westerly winds continue to blow that thick and rolling six to eight foot swell our way.
And so Harlyn is going to be the venue of choice again today!
We can expect those hollow three to four foot boomers that we have come to know so well this winter to continue to explode onto the beach throughout the day.
Again, it should be better on the afternoon tide but there should be surf all day long!


Surf Conditions for the Weekend

So far this new year does not seem to have registered much of a change with the wind gods and those hard blowing and sometimes stormy winds are looking set to continue to blow, although maybe not quite so hard or fast, throughout the weekend and probably longer.
This week started out with more typical Harlyn conditions, those big, thick and lumpy swells having a bit more of a bump to them caused by the west sou’ westerlies but the wind should be back to straight south westerly again by the weekend and will probably stay there all the way through.
Yep, we are likely to be seeing more strong onshores at our preferred surf breaks into the weekend but with double digit wave heights, a double digit wave period and double digit wind speeds, Harlyn should find its winter epicness this weekend again!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!