At 6.20 a.m:
Constantine (2*): 2 to 3 feet
It’s a wee bit nippy out there on this midsummer’s day, that brisk northerly wind in a hurry to chill the bay while pushing and tugging at the heavily flowered hedgerows.
The sky might be bright and clear and fresh and crisp but it is all a little chilly out in that wind.
And the surf is feeling it too, that deep blue autumnal looking sea is riven and chopped by the wind but there are some fun looking three foot peaks standing up against that wind too, producing the odd screamer of a lefthand bowl here and there. The rising tide could just see a big improvement too.
This could just be the start of something very summery – when the wind lightens up that is!
Harlyn (0*): 1 to 2 feet
There’s a northerly wind blowing straight into Harlyn Bay this morning, making a mess of the two feet or so of already broken up and tattered, more wintery looking surf.
It’s not very tempting this morning, gorgeous as a place to visit and maybe take a stroll or run wild in the wind but you probably won’t want to be paddling out there this morning, not in this cold and blustery wind.
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 18:58 (2.1m) High Tide: 12:32 (6.1m)
Surf Forecast for Friday 22nd June 2018
That chilly north wind of Thursday should have lightened up and backed just a few degrees to the East today, allowing the two foot swell to produce some cleaner and more shapely surf. And so it looks like a very pleasant, blue skied, bright sunned and very summery kind of day to enjoy ourselves in.
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
Summer is making a more than welcome return as this more blustery and chillier week winds down.
High pressure will be happily snuggling over the whole country by the weekend, allowing the skies to clear, the sun to shine and the breeze to calm.
The surf is likely to be small but beautifully shaped and very tempting in these lovely, calm and bright conditions, peaking at not much more than a couple of feet throughout the weekend.
But it shouldn’t go flat, we might have to reach for a longboard or something very floaty, especially on the dropping tides but overall there should be enough surf to keep the stoke levels running high.
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!