At 7.10 a.m:

Constantine (1*):  1 foot.

The sky has greyed up this morning, the breeze still light but with a bit of a chill to it, the super turquoise sea still smooth but with that look to it.
Yep, I feel there’s a change in the air, that breeze is likely to change soon enough!
And the surf could do with it. Right now there’s barely a foot of pristine glass waves trying to break into the too deep bay, knee high curlers peeling off the edge of the Reef. As the tide drops back we should see something crisper and sharper but it is still unlikely to be more than waist high on the sets.
The breeze is forecast to slip onshore through today, still staying super light but changing that pattern that we have so enjoyed for so long!

Harlyn (0*):  Flat.

Ah, it is as flat as flat can be here this morning, a glass like smoothness stretching to the horizon, an infinite infinity pool!
There’s no surf here at all today but it is a fabulous place to launch a SUP or just go for a swim! And that sea is so fabulously turquoise and clear!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:23  (1.6m)              High Tide:  19:15  (6.8m)


Surf Forecast for Friday 4th November 2016

A north westerly breeze is going to keep the temperatures down while not really helping the surf that much.
And so we can expect the surf to be a little sloppy, a little chilly feeling and a little, little.
A couple of feet of onshore shaped surf is as much as we can expect today!

Surf Conditions for the Weekend

A more mixed weekend is waiting for us compared to the last few with a chillier breeze blowing down from the north, turning into more of a wind later.
The weekend is likely to start out a bit windy and damp and onshore with a brisk north westerly wind blowing down the coast. That wind should quickly change to a north easterly which is offshore at a few good breaks locally. And the surf should enjoy just a little surge through mid morning just as the wind changes (hopefully!).
So Saturday could just come good with a decent couple to three feet of offshore groomed surf along with some sharp and bright sunshine, if only for a moment or two! The temperatures are going to feel colder though!
Sunday is likely to be much windier, a strong northerly wind gusting down the coast again, while two to three feet of windswept surf teases in those chilly temperatures.
And then we should see north easterly winds taking us into the start of next week, all chilly and blowey but maybe just allowing the surf to be okay!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!