At 7.05 a.m:
Constantine (4*): 3 to 4 feet
Another super high tide is greeting us this morning as the sky gently shakes itself free of that early morning cloud cover on a mild and cosy one, that same rolling swell having dropped only a bit from yesterday’s magnificence.
Three to four feet of thick and high tide lumped but long rolling lefts are churning off the edge of the Reef, allowing an easy peasy exit and route back to the Peak in the rip.
As the tide rushes out (seven and a half metres in six hours) the variety and number of breaks will improve, so just take your pick of the entire coastline, wax ’em up, paddle out and enjoy!
Harlyn (3*): 2 to 3 feet
The smaller but still thick and rolling swell is being lost in the high tide depths of a bright and cheery Harlyn Bay this morning, the dropping tide promising to reveal a whole lot better for later.
While the other side has been full of daring do, Harlyn is a little more sedate this weekend, a couple of feet of fun little surf for those who don’t want to tackle the heavier ones over there.
It is still fun though, especially on a sunny Sunday morning!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 14:31 (0.5m) High Tide: 20:26 (7.8m)
Surf Forecast for Monday 21st September 2020
Light onshore breezes are going to be drifting in from the north west today, keeping temperatures just a little lower on another otherwise bright and sunny morning.
The surf is likely to have dropped to only a foot or two but should still be a bit of fun if you have the time and the right board!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
Autumn is likely to return this week as the wind eases onshore and then gradually revs itself up into a bit of a blow by week’s end.
Staring out pleasantly mild and bright with small, playful surf to keep us occupied, temperatures will gradually drop, the wind slowly strengthening from the west, veering from south westerly to a chilling north westerly through midweek.
By the end of the week we’ll be enjoying some wild and woolly and much more wintery surf, driving us around to surf big and lumpy, windswept and chilly Harlyn waves.
You have to love living in the UK, conditions are always changing!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!