At 7.55 a.m:
Constantine (1*): 4 feet
A wet ‘n breezy one is waking us this morning with a strengthening sou’ westerly wind gusting into the bay, the sky reaching into the sea with its monotone blur of grey.
A sloppy three to four feet of windslopped surf is rolling in, hardly the stuff of inspiration on a wet January Sunday but surfable even so.
Although I guess that Harlyn, although smaller, should be a lot cleaner.
Harlyn (3*): 2 to 3 feet
A couple of feet of offshore smoothed and snappy surf is swinging into Harlyn this morning, the odd bigger set bouncing off the Rock to spin a very nice right-hander onto the sand.
This afternoon’s tide should push some more size into it all making for a really good day of Harlyn surfing – as long as that wind doesn’t swing too far westerly!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 12:48 (1.2m) High Tide: 18:39 (6.9m)
Surf Forecast for Monday 27th January 2020
A blustery sou’ wester is going to be shoving a thick and lumpy, winter Atlantic swell our way all day long today, making Harlyn the destination of choice if you’re keen for a surf. It should be chunky enough too, probably in the four to six foot range with those brisk offshore making for some hollow and crunchy ones!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
I hope that you made the most of last week’s calm conditions!?
Because we are quickly back to those wild and woolly winter winds along with plenty more driving rain.
Starting out from the south west, the wind is likely to bluster in backing more to the north west by Tuesday and staying that way through midweek. We might just enjoy a calmer day on Thursday with maybe some offshore breezes to help shape the much smaller waves.
And then back to a gusty sou’ westerly going more west to end the week.
So, a day or two of crunchy Harlyn, followed by some hopefully good south coast action for another couple of days with a quick few hours interlude of main break action over here before returning to Harlyn.
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!