At 7.05 a.m:
Constantine (3*): 4 to 5 feet
A thick and lumpy swell is pushing in against a fresh side to offshore, south south easterly breeze this morning.
The sun is shining with a hint of Spring warmth, the sky is bright and the surf is curling its way ashore.
With all of the forecasts showing a building swell and improving winds, you might want to be thinking of jiggling any chores and work stuff in favour of paddling out to grab a few!
This weekend is looking good for surf with a lot of clear weather (see the weekend forecast below (on www.constantinesurf.com)) but it is going to be cold!
So if you are feeling the need or just want a new wetsuit, we do have a good few still at massive clearance SALE prices but they are starting to thin out!
Mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 01841 520250 to check sizes etc. before trekking out.
Harlyn (3*): 2 to 3 feet
Those little waves that are swinging in here on the pushing tide are curling and looping as they crash onto almost dry sand this morning. A decent couple of feet of hollow screamers are crunching their way ashore with the promise to only get bigger!
There should be great waves all along the coast today and although it is quite small here right now, it will be an option if the other breaks aren’t to your liking!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 10:39 (1.5m) High Tide: 16:32 (6.5m)
Surf Forecast for Friday 16th March 2018
It’s looking like a Harlyn day for today with some chunky sized waves hurling themselves at our coast, the wind fresh and from the south sou’ west – straight offshore here!
I’m expecting a heavy four feet of hollowness at the ‘lyn this Friday and getting better all the time!
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
So, how keen are you this weekend?
Do you fancy some three to four feet of offshore shaped, curling and peeling, powerful groundswell, bigger and chunkier to start the weekend and only ever so gradually easing in size?
Well, you got it!
But those air temperatures are going to drop! Like really drop!
So, Saturday will be showing a chunky four to five feet of smooth and even, busy swell, hollowed and held by some brisk Easterly winds all day long.
Hopefully we should enjoy enough sunshine to counter those cold, cold winds!
By Sunday the wind is probably going to have eased its way back to the north east and it’s then that we are going to really feel the cold!
And so you are going to have to decide whether the two to three feet of peaking and peeling, turquoise surf is going to be worth the cold water paddle? It should be!
And then the wind is likely to strengthen as we start a fresh new week, the surf weakening before re-strengthening for another surge.
You’d better check your wetsuit for this weekend but if it is a little shabby and chilly we do still have a few really good suits at really good SALE prices!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!