Surf Report for Sunday 9th February 2020

At 7.50 a.m:  

Constantine (0*):  8 to 10 feet plus  

Well it’s not quite the biblical armageddon of a storm that the trashmedia had predicted but @stormciara is blowing in hard this morning, the hedgerows sachaying to the rhythm of those gusting gales.
The surf isn’t quite the heralded forty foot either, maybe that is due next week (see the forecast below) but even so, some wild and chunky masses of sea are hurdling the Quies on their way to battering our shores.
It’s wild out there and completely out of control!
You might just want to give it a wide berth today.  

 

Harlyn (maybe 2 or could be 4* if you’re up to it!):  6 to 8 feet  

Big grey beasts of waves are crashing ashore at Harlyn this morning, @stormciara’s venting fury of a wind hollowing and holding those waves into tall and cylindrical things of beauty and fear.
If you’re completely comfortable in thick and angry, huge and beach wide close-outs then this is your day!
But don’t expect anyone to come and get you out of there – you’re definitely on your own with this one!   I have friends who relish these conditions but they are all a little bit bonkers.  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:53  (0.8m)              High Tide:  17:45  (7.4m)

 

surfforecast

Surf Forecast for Monday 10th February 2020  

Screeching and screaming westerly winds are going to continue to blow mountainous waves our way all day long. If you think that the surf was big yesterday then have a gander at this lot!
It should be REALLY BIG today!  

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

Our stormy winter keeps bowling along this week with more violent winds, much colder temperatures and huge surf all punching our way.
The huge storm surf and howling winds of Monday will only slightly ease up through Tuesday and as that wind slides to a more north westerly direction we are going to feel a distinct winter chill in that still hard blowing air.
The wind will continue to blow hard for the rest of the week gradually backing westerly and eventually more south westerly by week’s end.
So the surf is going to be huge and wild and out of control pretty much all week long, dropping in size only for a while during midweek before rebuilding into the weekend.
It’s going go be a wild and woolly week with mountainous seas and strong, strong winds!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!