Surf Report for Thursday 7th May 2015

Constantine (2*):  2 to 3 feet

at 6.30 a.m:

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At last that wind has dropped!
It is still there but a much gentler west sou’ westerly blow than the last few days, allowing a calmer and milder day to shine upon us.
The surf is a mellow looking two to maybe three feet of lazy rolling surf, still a bit sloppy and still bumpy but much more fun looking than the windlashed lumps that we have seen so far this week.
The sky is mainly blue, the wind is light and onshore and the surf is rolling in.
Have a good ‘un!

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Harlyn (2*):  1 to 2 feet

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There’s a foot or two of surf getting in here this bright and cheery morning, it is still a little crumbly and still a bit erratic but that should settle as the day rolls on.
There are a couple out in the middle and they seem to be having fun an hour or two ahead of high tide.
So we have a choice today, bigger and bumpier main breaks or smaller but fun looking Harlyn!

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Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:31  (1.1m)              High Tide:  08:06  (6.9m)

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Surf Forecast for Friday 8th May 2015

We might see some cleaner surf early in the morning, only small but with fresh offshores on it to help to clean things up. There might just be a foot or two of clean and peeling little waves to be ridden at high tide.
Make the most of it though because it won’t be long before the wind slips back to onshore!

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Surf Conditions for the End of the Week

A bright and cheery weekend awaits but, as ever, the wind is likely to control where the best waves might be!
Friday is likely to see a drop in surf size with offshore winds creating some pretty but small surf in the morning, a foot or two at best but hopefully a fun foot or two.  It won’t be long before that wind slides onshore though, making for for messy stuff through the afternoon.
And that’s likely to be where the wind stays for the weekend.
Saturday is likely to be three to four feet but with a north westerly, onshore wind making for bumpy and choppy conditions. At least it should be brighter and milder which always helps, that spring sunshine settling in as the weekend unfolds.
By Sunday the wind is likely to have backed completely to the south, maybe even the south east for a moment or two on Sunday morning. And Sunday morning should be bright and warm and pleasant too! If the wind does behave itself then we might just luck into some very pleasant two to three feet of clean surf. Or, if the wind skips straight to the south west, we could be surfing small but sharp and snappy Harlyn!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!