At 8.15 a.m:

Constantine (0*):  6 to 8 feet.


That blow-through of last night has calmed, it is still windy but not the blasting screech that there was.
And the sky is brighter too, those fat columns of cloud shuffling across the horizon at speed, looking fluffier than of late and all carried along by the same wind that is messing up the surf again today.
Yep, the six to eight feet of surf is blown raggedy again this morning by fresh west sou’ westerlies, a bluer sea than we’ve enjoyed for a while but still a haphazard mix of messed up, wild and windy waves.

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Harlyn (3*):  3 to 4 feet.


Three to four feet of waves are slicing up the beach this morning, those waves a little crumblier than they have been showing that the wind is more westerly this morning.
This afternoon’s incoming tide should show some improvements, pushing a little more size in while the wind settles more to the south west.
Yep it could be fun again this afternoon!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:52  (1.2m)              High Tide:  17:43  (7.2m)


Surf Forecast for Monday 11th January 2016

The wind is likely to swing more to the north west as the morning rolls on and that is onshore everywhere along this stretch of coast. the swell is likely to build again too, a couple of feet of extra size added to an already thick and moaning swell.
And all of that indicates the possibility of an excellent day’s surf over on the far coast again!
There’s unlikely to be anything on offer at any of our main surf breaks here today though!


Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

This week is likely to start off with some strong blowing north westerly winds, making a mess of the surf everywhere on this coast while dropping the air temperature at the same time.
Big swells are likely to roll our way through Monday and into Tuesday, that wind making a wild mess of those choppy and bouncing waves and only backing to the south west for a short while during midweek.
So, a couple of days of south coast surf action are calling with smaller midweek, offshore Harlyn for a day or two before returning to the south coast as those north westerlies blow again.
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!