Surf Report for Tuesday 26th September 2017

At 6.55 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  3 to 4 feet  

A fabulous day is gradually coming to shape as the early morning embrace of mist and fog reluctantly release their grip.
The blues and yellows and pinks and golds of a calm and tranquil dawn are steadily coming together to make a picture-postcard scene of beauty.
But it is chilly out there! Single figures temperatures are marking the steady progress of the seasons.
The surf?
Oh yes, it is nice. Really nice!
Three feet of sheet glass peaks are unfolding across the still and shimmering-smooth shallows. It’s not big but it is gorgeous!
#gosurfnow  

 

Harlyn (1*):  1 to 2 feet (maybe!). 

The marine layer of early morning fog is reluctant to lift from the bay this morning making the hiss and shish of the vaguely glimpsed waves more intriguing.
A foot or two of steely smooth little surf can be just made out amongst the denseness of sea mist, the snapping echo of wave slapping sand to confirm it.
I think that the other side is the place to go to surf today but if Harlyn is your fave wave then you should get a few little glassy ones here today too.  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:55  (2.1m)              High Tide:  09:37  (6.4m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Wednesday 27th September 2017  

Another day of three to four feet and maybe even bigger, smooth and even surf is likely to be shuffling onto our local surf breaks, the wind continuing offshore, maybe strengthening just a little too much through midday but otherwise making for some great shaped surf.
Shame about the weather though, although it should brighten up for a wee while during late morning.  

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

Onshore winds will return for the start of this week which will coincide with a fairly quickly dropping swell.
So north westerly winds will return for Monday, three to four feet of hopefully still thick and solid swell left to rumble into our bays and give us some hope of a decent little session or two!
By Tuesday the wind should have calmed allowing those only small waves to maybe be more enticing than expected.
a couple of feet of peaking and peeling little shufflers should keep most of us happy, especially if the sunshine kicks in as forecast!
And then it’s back to light onshore breezes for the rest of the week with a mainly three foot swell steadily rolling our way.
So, some fun waves to enjoy, if not necessarily the hoped for September swells of other years!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!