Surf Report for Tuesday 14th July 2015

At 6.35 a.m:

Constantine (2*):  2 to 3 feet

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This morning is lighter and brighter than it has been but the sky is still a blanket of silver cloud and the wind continues to blow steadily from the west, forecast to slip gradually to the south west.
And so the couple to three feet of raggedy surf is still sloppy, still crumbly and still quite weak looking.
It is mild but that won’t stop you putting on a layer or two, it just has that feel to it.
So, ether is surf down there and it will probably end up being okay, getting better in the evening high tide shore dump, if you like that kind of thing!
In the meantime let’s wander over to Harlyn and have a little look-see……

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Harlyn (2*):  1 foot

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A foot or two of surf is trickling into the bay this morning, the wind a little too westerly to allow the shape to be great but that should change by lunchtime. By then though the tide will have pulled back on those little waves as well, probably only leaving tiny ripples. But the wind will be lighter and cleaner and so it should be worth a little look back just to see if it is big enough.
If it is big enough then the shape should be good!
Watch out for those showers!

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Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:16  (1.5m)              High Tide:  17:15  (6.9m)

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Surf Forecast for Wednesday 15th July 2015

We can expect more south westerly winds with only a small, two to maybe three feet swell.
The wind should lighten to nothing more than a breeze fairly quickly and so the west side of the headland should be at least a little cleaner than it has been. But it still looks like it’s going to be not much more than a couple of feet and a sloppy couple of feet at that.
But it should be rideable all day and could actually be good for moments, probably more towards high tide.

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Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

We can look forward to a gloomy, murky, wet and windy start to this middle week of July, a wintery week of two to three footish Harlyn surf to keep us occupied well into the week.
At least it should be offshore and hollower over there, which is always nice and the air temperatures should stay warm but it is likely to be a bit wet around the edges and windy too.
It’s likely to be the end of the week before things brighten but in the meantime let’s grab some of those hollow little Harlyn close-outs!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!