At 7.55 a.m:
Constantine (3*): 2 to 4 feet
It’s yet another murky and mizzly but oddly snuggly morning along this wave battered coast of Cornwall to start today.
The surf has cleaned up though as that wind has eased back to a light breeze drifting in from the south, occasionally twitching to the south east, offshore here.
So there’s a decent three feet of fun shaped and enjoyable waves cruising into the bay but with those occasional much bigger sets cleaning the lineup every now and again.
Yes, those marauding sets of bigger waves are still loitering out there, pushing through every now and again and draining the shorebreak when they do.
So take it easy if you’re just visiting and not so familiar with those bullying sets when they lumber in, a lot of water flows back out and can take you with it if you’re not aware. We had a couple of little incidents yesterday, one of which could have become more serious if it hadn’t been for the guys noticing something was going wrong!
And as the sunshine eventually breaks through by lunchtime everything will probably look so much tamer than it might actually be, so take it easy out there!
Harlyn (3*): 1 to 3 feet
It’s surprisingly good around here again this morning!
A couple of feet of oil-smooth and glasslike little two foot waves are spilling ashore with some much bigger waves pushing through every ten minutes or more.
It should be an ideal playground for the kids enjoying their half-term school break, especially with the lifeguards patrolling here each day!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 16:04 (2.4m) High Tide: 09:42 (6.2m)
Surf Forecast for Friday 27th October 2017
The breeze is likely to continue to be calm today but fluttering down from the north and east, offshore and so helping the surf to be shapelier but chillier than it has been.
So a day of smaller wave surfing in the sunshine is awaiting, with all of our favourite surf spots tempting us in for a glide!
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
A bright and breezy weekend is promising some fun surf conditions and enough fine weather to keep most of us happy enough!
Friday’s super clean conditions are likely to deteriorate only a little for Saturday as the wind switches onshore, gusting in from the west north west. So although it is likely to be bright and cheery all day long it might still have that north wind sting to it as well!
Morning and evening should produce the cleanest surf conditions but with a half decent three foot swell running our way all day long.
By Sunday that wind might be gusting a little harder as it settles more to the north. So we should be enjoying only a foot or two of ruffled and bumpy little surf breaking erratically at the more exposed surf breaks.
And then Monday should start the week with clean and sparkling little surf as the wind eases to a breeze and backs offshore again.
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!