At 6.00 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  2 to 4 feet  

That light low pressure system seems to be still hanging around, it should have bumbled off yesterday afternoon but we are still blanketed by a thick layer of silver cloud, a sheet of wet not too far away.
But the surf is shining!
The tide is too high right now but those glassy waves are still tumbling into the bay, two to three with just occasionally the odd four foot double up, folding their way across the Reef and peaking through the middle, the odd set wave standing tall off the Point.
Give it a couple of hours and we should be enjoying some magical surf this morning, give it another couple of hours and there should be some good weather to with it as well!   




Harlyn (2*):  1 to 2 feet  

A foot or two of fat and slow moving waves are shuffling towards the high tide shorey right now at Harlyn, the morning high still an hour or two away but the water deep in the bay already.
Give it till mid-morning and we should see a foot or two of small but snappy little Harlyn surf to go play in!
And the weather should improve too.  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:40  (1.2m)              High Tide:  19:33  (6.9m)



Surf Forecast for Friday 1st June 2018  

A south westerly breeze is going to remind us of sloppier and messier surf conditions but it should also strengthen the two feet of rolling little swell that is already rolling our way.
That light onshore breeze (offshore at Harlyn but it’s going to be too small over there to benefit) should bring a fresher feel to the more sparkling weather that we should be enjoying.
Yep, overall it should be okay today!  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

A warm and dry, bright and cheerful weekend should be making the little grommets reluctant to return to school next week, especially as a fresher two foot swell builds steadily through the weekend to bring some decent three to four foot swells our way by Sunday.
So Saturday should be an extension of what has been a mainly pleasant week, the sun returning eventually, the breeze drifting up from the south, helping those little waves to grow. And by Sunday the easterly (straight offshore) breeze will be meeting the three to four feet of swell head on, manicuring and shaping and folding those waves into tunnels of glassy joy.
It could just be a very good day of surf with enough weather to keep most of us happy!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!