Surf Report for Thursday 4th June 2015

Constantine (3*):  4 feet

at 6.30 a.m:

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That’s more like it!
The sun is shining, the breeze is light, the birds are rejoicing and the surf is pumping!
It has been a while hasn’t it?
Right now the surf is purring through at about four feet, that bright sunshine glinting and glistening on the surface of those high-tide and so a bit fat waves. The breeze is light and almost offshore, promising fantastic things for later.
Something tells me that we are in for a great day of surf, just pick your favourite break, pack your suit (summer suit?), wax your favourite board and get on down there! And don’t gorget the sunblock!

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Harlyn (2*):  2 feet

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There’s a couple of feet of surf trickling in here as well on this gorgeous and clear skied morning.
It is fairly crumbly right now but that is more the tide than anything else.
The wait for those set waves is more pronounced here than the other side but when they do swing in they are producing some nice and cruisey little walls off the Rock.
It is likely to drop in size with the tide and this swell has already peaked and so is likely to drop too but there should be a fun little wave to surf here for most of the day if Harlyn is your go-to surf break.

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Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:40  (1.0m)              High Tide:  19:33  (7.2m)

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Surf Forecast for Friday 5th June 2015

A mainly bright and pleasant day is going to be frustrated by the return of that north westerly wind, a wave chopping and air chilling wind of little use to anyone other than kiteboarders and sailors.
For surfers though, well, we will have to content ourselves with a couple of feet of crumbly and sloppy little surf for most of today.
It might get just a little bit bigger through the evening high tide and the wind should ease in the morning and evening too but otherwise it’s a sloppy and choppy choice today!

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Surf Conditions for the End of the Week

The recent storms that have lashed our coastline should continue to ease and settle, allowing a spell of more enticing weather to spread our way.
Thursday is looking promising for both surf and weather, light offshores being forecast to help shape and smooth a new three to four foot swell. And the weather looks set to be bright and cheerful with some pleasing sunshine and warm air.
That wind is likely to have settled itself back to north westerly by Friday, a more overcast day too maybe but there should be some okay surf early in the morning and again in the evening, a couple of feet of fun surf on offer by then maybe.
And that is likely to be the way of it through the weekend; two to three feet of surf with mainly onshore, westerly winds becoming stronger through the afternoons with clear and warm weather throughout.
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!