At 9.55 a.m:
Constantine (1*): 4 feet
A late one this morning following a rain sodden early morning Truro trip.
The rain has started to ease up and the wind isn’t blowing as hard as it has been but there’s still a brisk south westerly blustering into the bay.
The four feet or so of wintery looking surf is being mushed up by the onshore wind, a grey and dull reflection of the grey and dull sky.
It doesn’t look worth it really!
Harlyn (3*): 2 to 3 feet.
Ah, Harlyn is coming alive!
A couple to three feet of smoking surf is being hollowed and shallowed by that south westerly wind which is offshore here!
The dropping tide is draining some of the size away from it all but give it an hour or two and we should be having some hollow fun in these wet and dreary conditions!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 11:58 (1.4m) High Tide: 17:51 (6.7m)
Surf Forecast for Friday 9th June 2017
The blustery wind is likely to only slowly ease up, starting out more westerly in the morning backing more to the south as the day slides by.
The surf is likely to be bigger, gradually building at about the same rate as that wind changes.
So, Harlyn is going to be the break of choice locally with a hoped for four to five feet of offshore hollowed, more wintery looking surf.
It could easily end up being board snapping fun by evening!
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
Big waves and strong winds are heading our way this weekend, with some mixed weather hopefully brightening though as we go along.
Saturday should see some five to six foot swells being torn and pulled by gusting gale force south westerly winds.
By Sunday it should be all a bit brighter while Harlyn throws down some more sand drenched, hollow and heavy barrels!
Take it easy out there, those halcyon days of summer are not quite with us! Yet.
Have a great weekend wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!