At 6.30 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  3 to 4 feet  

A brighter, fresher, drier and chillier morning is on us this morning clearing away the memory of the last few days of grey rain.
The wind is fresh and from the north west this morning, strong enough to put some surface chop on the three to four feet of deep blue and bumpy surf.
The forecast is for a wind switch to the south west by lunchtime, which won’t really affect much around here, especially as it calms to more of a breeze through this afternoon.
So, there’s plenty of playful if bumpy surf to strut your funky stuff in out there today, with plenty of lumpy ramps for the hoppers and choppers to launch their air show from too!


Harlyn (1*):  1 to 2 feet  

Barely a foot or maybe just about two feet of sloppy little close-together waves are limping into Harlyn this morning but then the tide is not long off low and the wind is fresh and from the north west. Give it a couple of hours and the wind will have changed to a more friendly (for here) south westerly and the tide will be a bit more friendly to it as well.
There will probably be a smarter and sharper but still only tiny longboard wave to glide on in a few hours!  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  17:05  (2.4m)              High Tide:  10:44  (5.7m)



Surf Forecast for Friday 19th May 2017  

A westerly breeze will be wafting a fun two to three foot swell our way through today in plenty of bright and cheery summer sunshine.
The main breaks will be the places to go today where you can expect to find a decent, if chopped and slopped, couple to three feet of fun surf!
I’m away for the weekend, so no surf report until Tuesday next week!  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

A mainly bright but breezy weekend is waiting for us this weekend!
A brisk, mainly westerly wind is forecast for the whole weekend, pushing not much more than a couple to three feet of mixed up and fairly sloppy surf our way throughout.
The main surf spots are going to be the places to go as the sheltered spots won’t be much cleaner or tidier and will probably be close to flat anyway!
So you can sharpen up those reflexes and tone those paddling muscles as you chop-hop through the weekend at those favourite surf spots!
I’m away this weekend, so no surf report until next week but it’s fairly safe to assume that you should be able to enjoy a decent if a bit sloppy and choppy couple to three feet all the way through.
Have a great weekend wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!