Surf Report for Tuesday 16th September 2014

Constantine (2*):  1 to 2 feet

at 7.05 a.m.

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A quiet and peaceful, still morning is gently unfolding itself around us this morning, the breeze gentle, the sky hazy but brightening, the sun blasting its way over the horizon.
And there’s a little wave too!
A foot, or every ten minutes maybe two, of sheet glass and oily little whip crackers are snapping across the sand.  A smooth, knee-high, almost close-out of a wave at this stage of tide, hopefully improving as the tide slides in.
Yep, we’re in for another exceptional day of weather by the look of things, with maybe just a little fun surf to play in too!
There are some places further away that must be on fire today though!
South Coast, anyone?

Harlyn (0*):  Flat

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It’s still as flat as can be around here this morning and looks that way for the rest of the week too.
But if you have access to a paddle board or a boat of some type, or just fancy a float and swim, then here is heaven!
A smooth lake of silver glass is waiting for you to glide across!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  17:38  (2.6m)         High Tide:  11:07  (5.9m)

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Surf Forecast for Wednesday 17th September 2014

We will be relying on any left over wrap around swell again today, the remnants of those lined up swells being pushed out all the way from Biscay and beyond, travelling up and bouncing off the far coast of the county.
There will be surf and it will be good but not around here I’m afraid.

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Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

It looks as though we are in for at least a few days of maybe quite frustrating surf conditions on this stretch of coastline.
All the swell generating action is down off the Bay of Biscay, a thousand miles away on the other side of the Cornish Peninsula. The South Coast is having a field day but there’s not as much swell as we would like getting all the way around Land’s End.
So while the wind conditions stay light and offshore creating beautiful conditions and the weather stays calm and bright enough and sunny enough, there’s unlikely to be much in the way of surf locally for a few days yet.
Get the longboards out for the end of the week though, Summer is not over just yet!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!