Surf Report for Spring Bank Holiday Monday 2019

At 6.50 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  3 feet

A brighter, lighter and cheerier morning is greeting us this morning, big bundles of clouds scurrying across the skyline while acres of blue promise more brightness to come!
The wind is brisk, chilling its ay into the bay from the north west and so junking the three feet and bigger of broken and chopped up surf.
It’s okay for a bank holiday at the beach but the surf is definitely not great.
Surfable and fun with the right equipment but not great.  

 

Harlyn (1*):  1 to 2 feet  

A foot or two of onshore chopped little surf is struggling to find its way into Harlyn at low tide this morning. That north westerly wind is just fresh enough to slop and chop those little waves but hopefully this morning’s tide might push through that.
I’m guessing that it could be fun for the half-term groms and surf school guys as the tide rises. And its brightening all the time too!  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  18:49  (2.7m)              High Tide:  12:22  (5.3m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Tuesday 28th May 2019  

More north westerly winds along with a three to four foot, short wavelength, localised swell will result in another day of junky surf to play in.
The air boost crew will be loving life, the slower amongst us struggling a little maybe.
The tide is going to play a big part today – you’re going to have to time it right to get the best out of it all!  

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

North westerly, onshore breezes are going to be settling in over the next few days as low pressure slowly drifts up the northern Atlantic.
So we can expect the fabulous conditions of the last few days to gradually give way to something only a little less cheery with a little more cloud and of course those onshore breezes.
But the surf will probably still be more than enough to keep the half-term holiday groms bouncing around the surf breaks in three to five foot and bumpy conditions all the way through the holidays.
The winds should stay light enough to make the surf attractive even as the swell builds into the weekend, the three to four foot swells gradually building to five or six feet by the end of the weekend.
Yep, it’s looking okay for a holiday weekend. Not great but very okay!
Have a great Bank Holiday Weekend wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!