Surf Report for Sunday 15th November 2015

At 7.25 a.m:

Constantine (0*):  8 feet.

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More stormy winds are pushing into the bays, those squally showers stinging where they can.
The surf is big, bad and blown to pieces this stormy Sunday morning, the beach a wild and woolly, exciting place to wander but the cosiness of a snuggle-down somewhere warm and cosy calling too!
A lazy Sunday awaits with maybe some wild surf to ride over at Harlyn later if you’re keen?

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Harlyn (3*):  4 to 5 feet.

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A windswept three to four or even occasionally five feet of driving surf is pushing around the bay just after high tide this morning, those set waves stuttering in and pitching forward when they feel like it.
There’s not a lot of organisation to it all, it’s more of a bouncing, peaking, grinding kind of surf.
The dropping tide should sharpen things up a lot, allowing for more grinding barrels to be picked out from all those close-outs!

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Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:33  (1.5m)              High Tide:  19:23  (6.9m)

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Surf Forecast for Monday 16th November 2015

There’s no sign of any change yet with those winds whistling in from the west sou’ west, driving a thick and lumpy swell into the bays. It continues to be more ‘Harlyn or not in’ kind of surf, those sheltered spots being the places to head for in search of some sort of shelter.
It could be brighter this afternoon though!

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Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

We have had a solid week of driving winds and big swells already and it looks like we have another week at least coming our way!
Strong onshore winds are set for the week ahead, generally blowing in from the south west, veering back and fore between westerly and southerly but mostly from the south west.
And that combination of sou’ westers and thick swells are the main indicators for Harlyn to be the surf venue of choice locally, those big and booming, hollow waves crunching onto the flat sand with some force.
Yep, an autumn week of three to four foot Harlyn surf lies ahead but then there are always those other tucked away spots that might be worth a little trek to!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!