Surf Report for Tuesday 18th July 2017

At 6.15 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  1 to 2 feet  

It’s a warm and muggy, almost sultry kind of morning, the breeze still blowing in from the east south east, importing all that hot european weather in spite of brexit.
But it’s also an overcast one too, a sheet of tattered grey clinging to the sky.
The surf has eased down a little but there are still some small but screaming waves reeling our way. A couple of feet of spinning and peeling, walling little tubey ones are grinding their way ashore, making you wish for bigger but still offering plenty of gliding fun, if you’re quick enough. And there is that odd bigger one still snaking through when you least expect it too!

 

Harlyn (0*):  Flat  

No waves are managing to get into Harlyn this morning, the breeze onshore and making for that ruffled and slopped surface.
The west and south facing beaches are the only ones to get the surf today and it’s only going to be small there too.
But as always, Harlyn is still a lovely place to be in the morning!  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  19:28  (2.2m)              High Tide:  12:58  (6.1m)

 

surfforecast

Surf Forecast for Wednesday 19th July 2017  

South westerly winds are going to chop and slop the surf today and will eventually push some extra windslop our way. So there is likely to be a foot or two of choppy and windswept surf rolling our way all day long in amongst a few showers on what is likely to be a blustery day.
The air should be lighter and fresher though!  

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

A day or two of small but fun and clean little surf should start the week nicely, the weather bright enough for spells but not quite the settled gorgeousness of a couple of weeks ago.
So Monday will have a decent couple of feet and bigger of peeling and peaking little waves at pretty much all of our favourite surf breaks scattered along the coast, Tuesday continuing the theme but with that wind strengthening, maybe a little too much by the afternoon.
And watch out for those storm clouds as temperatures rise, causing a lot of overheating!
By midweek the wind will have reverted back to south westerly, blowing in plenty of small and broken up windswell but also cleaning up some of those sheltered more northerly spots, if those waves are blown in and big enough!
So a mixed week of summer awaits with some big surf promised for the end of the week, those winds controlling the wheres and whens, as always!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!