Constantine (3*): 2 to 3 feet
at 8.10 a.m.
It’s one of those deep Winter, fabuloso mornings with ice on the windscreen, a rose petal dawn, ice blue skies and glassy little waves.
It’s a chilly one out there, 0 deg C on the thermometer but feeling colder, although with that massive sunrise hurtling over the far horizon, it should all warm up soon enough!
And there’s a really half decent couple of feet of glassy and looping surf shuffling into the bay, the breeze barely noticeable and offshore anyway, the tide a good couple of hours or so away from high.
I think that we’re in for a bright and cheerful day of smallish but peeling and fun, clean and glassy surf!
Harlyn (0*): Flat to 1 foot
No, it’s all a bit too small here this morning and a bit sloppy too. There’s a foot or so of bumpy, slushy kind of surf washing in and that is a couple of hours ahead of high tide and so it’s probably at its best right now.
It’s the other side for some surf today, all of the main surf breaks on the west and south facing beaches are looking fun, smallish but okay and with offshore breezes forecast for the day!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 16:24 (1.7m) High Tide: 09:55 (7.0m)
Surf Forecast for Monday 29th December 2014
A day of small waves and light breezes lies ahead, the forecasts all agreeing that bright and settled weather will be with us.
Those swell magnet spots that are dotted along the coast will be the places to aim for, anywhere that is exposed to the south and west. And it might be an idea to drag the longboard out too!
What? You haven’t got one?
Then get down the shop, we have a bit of a Sale going on too!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
After Saturday’s chilly, damp and fairly miserable surf conditions, the weekend should brighten through Sunday, the wind light and offshore, helping to shape those little waves into more fun ones in some bright winter sunshine.
Small surf conditions are going to be all that we can expect for the last week of the year, getting bigger towards NYE but with mixed winds as we go into midweek.
So, there will be surf, starting out small and sweet becoming more mixed up through the week as the weather becomes a little milder.
Let the festive celebrations continue!
Merry Christmas, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!