At 6.30 a.m:  

Constantine (1*):  2 to 3 feet  

A cloud filled, grey sky is threatening some steady rain on another chilly morning. A gusting north nor’ westerly wind continues to bring more cold and wet air from way, way up north. There’s not enough wetness yet to green up the verges or soften the fairways but the buds are glistening and thriving giving the birds and insects more purpose. The surf is small and messy again, bigger than yesterday but not by much.
A couple to three feet of junk surf is tumbling onto the high tide shoreline, almost tempting right now but probably deteriorating as the the tide drops. And of course when the sun pops out, which it should do by lunchtime, everything should look a little more inviting.   


Harlyn (1*):  1 to 2 feet  

A foot or two of barely breaking, sloppy surf is crumbling through the high tide at Harlyn this morning, the onshore breeze light but strong enough to chop that small and weak looking little surf.
The dropping tide isn’t likely to help much either.
But the bay is deserted and, as always is a cosy and pleasant enough place not to rush away from.   


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:38  (0.9m)              High Tide:  19:31  (7.3m)



Surf Forecast for Monday 8th June 2020  

Very light and variable breezes shouldn’t effect the weak and tiny surf too much but equally it’s not going to help it too much either.
While the weather should improve as we go through the day the waves are likely to remain small and weak all day long, the breeze continuing to bring colder air down from the north.  

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

The windy weekend should soon give way to something calmer as we go into a more mixed week of weather than we have recently been used to.
Light breezes will start the week, those breezes toing and froing around the compass, eventually blowing fresher by midweek. The weather will change with those breezes too, prolonged bright spells interspersed with damper and duller skies, giving way to the odd shower.
So, a mixed up week with mainly small and weak little waves to play in means that we’re going to have to keep our eyes on it to get the best conditions. Those tiny and choppy conditions will quickly change to something cleaner and more attractive but will soon give way to weak slop again.
If you have the time and enthusiasm you should find the occasional fun session but it’s going to take some patience!
Stay safe, stay happy and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!  

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