At 7.50 a.m:
Constantine (0*): 6 to 8 feet
The wind is screeching into the bay this morning while heavy squalls are drenching the already sodden fields and lanes and verges. The forecasts are all showing that it should dry up soon enough but that wind isn’t going anywhere anytime soon!
In the meantime the surf is booming through with big and out of control waves starting to explode over the Quies before chasing into the bay. Those waves are going to get bigger and bigger but will most likely remain completely unrideable.
So a day out at Padstow Christmas Festival might be calling, let’s hope they have those marquees tied down!
Harlyn (0*): 4 to 6 feet
The storm is blasting across the bay at Harlyn this morning, those heaving westerly winds churning and chopping the four to five feet of blown out surf.
The rain squalls can be seen approaching from a long way away in dark and threatening lines of wetness and wildness.
It’s not fun out there today and those waves are only going to get bigger and probably more out of control. If the Padstow Christmas Festival doesn’t appeal then it’s going to be the long drive to another coast in search of something just a little more surfable!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 08:53 (2.3m) High Tide: 14:47 (6.4m)
Surf Forecast for Monday 9th December 2019
Another stormy and windswept week is going to drive most surfers to other coasts in search of rideable waves this week.
More storms are heading our way with screeching winds and huge, out of control surf.
There might just be a few moments at Harlyn as the wind backs to the south west through Tuesday and into Wednesday morning but those waves are probably going to be still too big for themselves and not much fun at all.
But for most of the rest of the time those storms are going to be roaring in from the west and north west, pretty much onshore everywhere around here.
So, I might just put that Verandah replacement on hold this week then!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!