At 7.50 a.m:
Constantine (0*): 6 to 8 feet
A damp and rain sodden bay is being groomed by a blustering sou’ westerly wind this Sunday morning, the sky a heavy grey weight crushing the lumping and folding surf as it tries to impress.
There’s some size to some of those sets of waves but there’s not a lot of shape to tempt you in, even though it is feeling mild.
No, there are better things to do on days like this!
Harlyn (0*): 2 to 4 feet
The car park is starting to fill already at Harlyn, indicating that waves are crashing in!
Three feet of fun looking, if a little hesitant and wintery looking waves are bowling into the bay with occasional sets of much bigger surf thumping through.
It should all get a little bigger and a little firmer as the tide slide in through the morning, hollowing out and maybe getting a little ferocious when the tide slips slowly out.
A fun winter’s day at Harlyn awaits!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 16:55 (2.6m) High Tide: 10:32 (5.8m)
Surf Forecast for Monday 3rd February 2020
Big swells are going to be torn and tattered by a fresh north westerly wind all day long and all along the coast today.
So if you want some clean waves then you’re going to have to get a little road trip on the go.
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
We can hope to expect a day or two of calm and cleaner conditions this week but not until we’ve endured a few days of storming north westerly winds and lumping out-of-control swells.
Surfers on the far coast are going to be loving life while we will be being battered and shaken by more blustering onshore winds.
The weather should be dry enough for most of the time but that wind is going to make it all feel that bit colder.
But by midweek it should all come good, even if only for a day or two with Thursday maybe ending up being the highlight of the whole week, a decent three foot swell being shaped nicely by south south easterly breezes. But make the most of it ‘cos it ain’t going to last long!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!