At 6.25 a.m:
Constantine (0*): Flat.
It’s another misty and murky, low vis kind of start to the day but there is that eye-glaring brightness in the mix this morning too. I’m guessing that it will be all brightness and sunshine within a couple of hours.
The surf is pretty much flat though.
A few shin-high ripples are lazily caressing those shallow sandbars but there’s not much in between. Still, if the weather does as it should then we will probably want to slide out for a longboard glide later, maybe!
It’s mild too isn’t it? That water temperature is (relatively) pleasant in the late Spring sunshine!
Harlyn (0*): Flat.
It is as flat as flat can be here this morning that smooth quicksilver sea stretching to the horizon!
There’s no surf here today!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 17:41 (2.1m) High Tide: 11:18 (5.9m)
Surf Forecast for Monday 30th May 2016
There’s no real swell maker in the Atlantic at present and so we are paying the price.
At best, tiny ripples are likely to be spilling ashore throughout the day but with a light north or north westerly breeze adding a bit of a ruffle to those tiny waves while bringing a little chill to the air temperature too.
No, it’s not likely to be surf heaven here today but we might just get a longboard floating on a few if we’re lucky!
Surf Conditions for the Holiday Weekend
Light, light breezes along with loads of sunny and bright weather should make this holiday weekend a fun-at-the-beach one!
The surf is likely to have weakened from those glorious waves of midweek but there should still be just enough to get going on!
Sunday should eventually be fine after another misty and murky start, maybe with a few more clouds through early afternoon but brightening again later. But overall it should end up being pleasant enough and pretty bright and with a fun but small little wave to glide across later on.
And then Monday is likely to be an action replay but maybe becoming more overcast as the day goes on.
So, a very pleasant bank holiday weekend is promised, the surf a little smaller than we would choose but big enough to get going on and with continuing mainly good weather!
For all those who have gone to the Radio 1 Big Day Out in Exeter, it looks like being a fabulous one and you don’t have to worry about missing the surf!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!