At 7.35 a.m:
Constantine (3*): 2 feet
A beautifully bright and clear, still and calm morning is snuggling around us this morning, the bays quiet except for the sound of a small but peeling swell.
That fat Bear moon is loitering over the Reef, just to add a little more atmosphere to the deserted scene, that moonlight twinkling along the swell lines.
And swell lines there are; a very decent couple of feet of smooth and glassy waves are peaking and peeling their way ashore, hollowing out over the shallows, fattening up over the high tide deep sections.
It’s not as big as it has been but the swell should slowly build.
And it really is very gorgeous out there this morning!
Harlyn (1*): 1 foot
There is barely a breeze to ruffle the foot or so of crumbly surf at Harlyn but the breeze is north easterly and so is onshore here. And so it is having an effect, just making that already tiny and uninviting surf even less desirable.
The bay is gorgeous with that milky blue, moonlit sky but there’s barely any surf and what there is is crumbly and weak looking!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 12:54 (1.0m) High Tide: 18:46 (7.5m)
Surf Forecast for Monday 26th November 2018
Another clear and bright day should start out cold and maybe frosty as the breeze chilly its way from the north east agin. But that breeze will soon back more to the south east, still offshore, still really light and just that bit warmer.
Which is nice because the swell should slowly increase all day long.
We are likely to be enjoying another fabulous day of great and improving surf!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
This gorgeous weekend is only reluctantly going to leave us, that bright sunshine and those light offshore breezes only slowly giving way to something else.
Monday should still be majestic with a three foot swell increasing in size throughout the day as those light offshore breezes smooth and shape those clean and peeling waves beneath some very pleasant and clear sunshine.
It could just be a very special start to the week.
And then, inevitably, the wind will strengthen while veering to the south west as Tuesday arrives.
Wilder conditions are going to blow our way with big swells starting to show, Harlyn starting to gain shape and size as the week rolls on.
By midweek we should be seeing some really big swells battering our coastline, sending us all scurrying in search of shelter, or just making do with big and hollow, sand drenched Harlyn shutdowns.
Yep, it is likely to get really big through the back half of the week, so take it easy out there, with that wind and swell combination there could be some tricky situations to keep us all alert!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!