At 7.50 a.m:
Constantine (0*): 4 to 5 feet.
The wind continues to rattle its way in from the Atlantic, a wet but mild, gusty west sou’ westerly, full of darkness and dampness.
And so the surf is a messed up and chopped out four to five feet of fairly weak looking stuff.
There is something always cosy about a rain-lashed and windy, desolate beach in Winter and it is just like that here this morning. there’s no surf to ride but it’s still a great place to just be!
Harlyn is probably the place to go for a surf today though!
Our SALE finishes today but there are still loads of discounts and a bunch of winter wetsuits at 1/2 PRICE until 4pm!
Harlyn (3*): 3 feet.
The wind is more offshore here this morning, just those couple of degrees more southerly makes all the difference!
So there’s three feet of offshore-hollowed and crunchy looking waves biting the beach as the tide drops out to an 11 o’clock low.
The wind is forecast to stay the same, a hard blowing west sou’ wester, while the swell is pretty set at three to four feet here, making you think that the afternoon pushing tide should deliver some fun wrap arounds. Yes there will be a lot of close-outs (it is Harlyn after all!) but we should get a few reeling hollow peelers too!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 11:07 (1.2m) High Tide: 16:55 (6.9m)
Surf Forecast for Monday 22nd February 2016
Lighter winds along with some brighter sunshine should cheer up the start of the week, the wind dropping to a breeze and maybe, p[ossibly, hopefully eventually just slipping offshore at our main breaks!
With that same four to vive foot swell continuing to roll our way it will definitely be worth keeping an eye on your favourite swell exposed breaks.
It might all be little bumpy and sloppy even in the calm conditions of late morning but it cloud just all smooth out as the day rolls along!
We could just be surfing some really good waves by the evening high tide!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
It’s all looking good for a very pleasant and surf drenched start to this week!
With the wind dropping to a breeze through Monday and eventually switching offshore, that four to five foot swell should be grinding in at most of our favourite surf breaks. And as the week unfolds the wind should settle to the north east (offshore), gradually going more esaterly for at least a couple of days, if not most of the week!
Throw some long awaited winter sunshine into the mix and it is all looking good for at least a couple of days of clean and fun, battery re-charging days of four to five feet , clean and spinning surf!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!