At 7.35 a.m:
Constantine (0*): 6 to 8 feet
Scattered lumps of windblown sand are piling up across the bay on another hard blowing wintery morning as seabirds duck and dive amongst the screech of that hard-blowing, miserable nor’ wester.
Stretches of blue are showing amongst the grey bundled squalls but the downpours are stinging when they drop.
The surf is exciting, well to seascape painters and casual observers maybe, with big dumps of water drunkenly tumbling over themselves.
There’s nothing to ride for a surfer here today though.
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Harlyn (0*): 4 to 5 feet
The whole bay is almost rocking in the blow of the north westerly wind at Harlyn this morning, eye stinging whirls of sand sashaying across the bay to a heavy metal rhythm of winter storm.
The sea is grey and bleak and exciting in a mad kind of way with those wind-crazed waves crashing hard onto the sand.
It’s not a place to surf again today but it’s still kind of a great place to just be!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 12:08 (0.8m) High Tide: 18:01 (7.6m)
Surf Forecast for Monday 6th December 2021
More stormy winds are aiming our way from that cold north western region, keeping temperatures down while trashing the high surf.
Six to ten feet of tossed and turned, out of control surf will be blasted into our bays, great to watch but not very inviting to ride on!
South Coast anyone?
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
We can expect a whole lot of huge but out of control storm surf to be battering our already battered and bruised, rugged little stretch of coast all week long again this week with storm force winds driving those monster waves onto our shores.
Hard blowing and freezing north westerly gales are going to be blowing arctic air down the coast, unleashing heavy and stinging downpours whenever they feel the mood.
The ocean is a place to view only for the next ew days and probably best from a safe distance too. Those huge waves are going to be merciless as they go about their business of scouring and reshaping the coastline.
The south coast is our only possibility for surf of any quality and there should be at least a few diamond days over there this week.
You’ll have to tune-in to more detailed ad more localised surf reports to get the best out that this week though or you could end up racking up the miles on fruitless surf seeking missions.
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!