Surf Report for Thursday 6th July 2017

At 6.25 a.m:  

Constantine (1*):  0 to 1 foot  

That early morning glimpse of a coast filled with sunshine has been replaced, within minutes, by an almost impenetrable blanket of coastal fog this morning. And it is a proper pea souper of a fog too!
Hopefully the sun will gradually nibble away at that marine layer and we could yet enjoy another day of gorgeous weather, although a bit of visibility would go down quite well right now!
And behind that thick fug of fog lies only a foot or so of surf. a glassy and smooth, reeling and peeling foot or so but borderline rideable. Only the biggest boards will do today! And only if the fog clears!  

 

Harlyn (0*):  Flat  

That bank of thick, silver fog is blocking any sea view here this morning as well!
You can tell that the surf is flat by the silence alone and you’re not going to be able to launch a paddle session in this visibility either!
So patience is the game today, just waiting for that mist to clear!  

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  10:49  (2.0m)              High Tide:  16:46  (6.5m)

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Surf Forecast for Friday 7th July 2017  

An onshore day of small and crumbly surf awaits, hopefully made more fun by the bright and sunny weather that we will be enjoying. As long as it doesn’t go and get too hot for itself, triggering those thunderstorms or that rolling coastal fog again!
But we should be able to enjoy a pleasant summer’s day scooting along knee to hip high waves in at least some sunshine!  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

This weekend is shaping up to be a bit of an enjoyable one with some decent weather along with only small but fun surf!
Friday’s light onshore winds will be replaced by a stillness and calmness on Saturday, only the lightest of sea breezes being triggered through the afternoon.
If we can avoid the odd wandering thunderstorm and stay cool enough not to trigger more fog then we should be enjoying another fabulous summer’s day of sun and small surf.
We can expect to be met by a couple of feet or so of smooth and glassy waves to ride on under a bright and summery sky!
And that should continue through Sunday too, maybe losing a lot of that sunshine as the land ends up getting too warm for itself and the sea dampening things down by throwing some hazy cloud our way. And that light, or might not, develop into some wet and thundery moments!
So, dig out the longboards, pull on your summer suits and enjoy what should be a fun summer’s weekend!