At 6 10 a.m:
Constantine (3*): 3 feet and bigger
Another beautiful morning is spreading its brightness and warmth all along our coastline this morning, the air super clear right now but with a hazier view out over the far horizon maybe.
In the meantime those deep blues of sky and sea are battling to contrast with the golden yellows of sand and brilliant greens of marram, the floral pastels adding another layer of interest.
Oh and the surf is pretty good too.
A shiny three feet of deep blue swell is rolling into the bays this morning, all glassy and peeling and sometimes a little hollow too. And with the occasional bigger sets to get the shortboard shralpers frothing, there seems to be something for everyone out there today!
If you’re looking for our daily surf videos, well, Lawrence, our tech guru (Solve Web Media) has pointed out that I’m breaking our site by uploading those massive vid files direct to the site.
So they are available on Instagram and our other social streams (Twitter and the Facebook) but you might have to wait just a little while before we get our site sorted to take them.
Harlyn (0*): 0 to 1 foot
There’s more birdsong than wave noise at Harlyn this morning with only tiny waves swaying the smooth and glasslike ocean. The occasional shin to knee high wall of a wave is whipcracking across the shallows but really it is the other side of the headland for waves again today.
Here is smoother and calmer, an infinity pool of glassiness, inviting a paddle or a swim or a gentle wander but not really a surf.
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 16:08 (1.4m) High Tide: 09:47 (6.7m)
Surf Forecast for Monday 21st May 2018
And another more than pleasant day is promising to keep the coastline bright and sunny and warm and pleasant with more small but prettily shaped surf for us all to play in!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
That high pressure system is absolutely content to snuggle over us for a little while yet, allowing clear skies and bright sunshine to dominate our thoughts for maybe the whole of this coming week and probably even longer!
The surf is likely to be only small though, certainly for the start of the week but with the chance of something bigger and better and maybe even better than that by the end of the week!
In the meantime, the sun is likely to be shining, the skies are likely to stay clear and those two foot swells should continue to glide smoothly onto our sandbanks and reefs and points!
Have great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!