At 6.55 a.m:
Constantine (0*): Flat
Another calm and peaceful, windless morning is waking us this morning, birdsong battling the wash of the sea for our ears, a veil of mist captured by the hedgerows for our eyes.
Give it a couple of hours and we should be basking in glorious but chilly sunshine too.
So it’s even more of a shame that there’s no surf.
Tiny glass ripples are ricocheting across the sand in the lightest of offshore breezes, the occasional almost rideable peak taunting from the shallows.
But it is pretty much flat!
Harlyn (0*): Flat
The air is till at Harlyn this morning, the call of the gulls echoing around the bay tiny ripple shiver onto the sand.
The sea is smooth and glassy and…. flat.
Flat to the horizon!
Beckoning you in for a paddle or a swim but with no waves to ride at all.
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 10:01 (1.4m) High Tide: 15:54 (7.2m)
Surf Forecast for Friday 3rd November 2017
Brisk onshore winds are going to strengthen from the north west through today, just as a new swell starts to roll our way.
Three to four feet of slopped and chopped, chilly feeling waves should be thundering into our bays and coves on the afternoon tide.
It just might be worth checking the south coast to see if it’s big enough just before dark, maybe.
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
After such a peaceful and still week of calm Autumn weather the wind is likely to blow us into the weekend.
Brisk north westerly winds are going to bluster onshore keeping temperatures down and the surf chopped out all through the weekend.
If you can find those wind protected and sheltered spots then we should be enjoying three to maybe four fete of lumpy and choppy surf on Saturday, building a little bit more through Sunday.
And it looks like those conditions will start the week next week too.
So, there might be some small but cleaner waves over on the far coast but prepare yourself for some chilly slop and chop around here thsi weekend!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!