Constantine (4*):  3 feet.

at 6.50 a.m.:

A bright and hazy, beautiful morning is spreading across the countryside, the air still, the sky a hazed blue, that naturally filtered sunlight glinting and glistening off the smooth ocean surface.
And the surf continues to roll through!
It is a little smaller than yesterday but a decent three feet of smooth faced and curling peaks are still sweeping into the bay this morning, Toby Ray styling through a few early morning hollow ones on his plank.
The sky is clear, the air is still, and those waves are curling in! #gosurfnow before that wind changes!

Harlyn (2*):  1 to 2 feet.

A foot or two of sharp faced little waves continue to sparkle their way onto the sand as the tide drops lower here this bright and sunny, mild morning.  It is way smaller than the other side of the headland again today but it is an alternative if Harlyn is your preference.
The wind is probably going to increase and swing onshore as the sea breeze effect kicks in at lunchtime though, so you had better get on it if you’re keen!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:24  (1.3m)              High Tide:  17:18  (7.2m)


Surf Forecast for Friday 16th September 2016

Ah, it’s time to wave goodbye to those beautiful conditions of the last couple of days!  Those north westerly winds are going to make a mess of the much smaller surf today, that wind dropping the air temperatures too!
A couple of feet of choppy and sloppy stuff is about as much as we can hope for today, a little sunshine helping to make it look more appealing but not changing the fact that it is likely to be only a couple of feet and choppy!

Surf Conditions for the Weekend

Onshore winds are going to change the surf conditions over the next few days, this fabulous week finally ending with chilly north westerly winds dropping the temperatures while also slopping out the smaller surf.
And that is likely to last all the way through Saturday, the surf getting just a bit bigger than Friday but still only a couple to three feet and choppy.
The wind is likely to have switched to the south west by Sunday, pushing some more swell our way and allowing Harlyn to have more shape – if there’s enough swell to get around and into there!
But it won’t be long before those north westerlies are back making a mess of what surf there is washing around the bays!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!