Surf Report for Tuesday 28th March 2017

At 7.20 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  2 feet

It is still mild this morning and still calm so far but there is a lot of cloud loitering out to sea which has that look to it that it’s going to drift in soon enough!
The breeze continues to waft offshore, more southerly than south easterly this morning, so it is on its way to an onshore south westerly.
Right now though the tide is high, those small waves are pitching and peeling, the breeze is still offshore and it is all looking full of promise. But we’ll probably be around at Harlyn by this afternoon!  

 

Harlyn (1*):  1 foot.  

The waves are so tiny around here right now but immaculate and shiny and peeling and delightful. But tiny.
The wind is likely to strengthen as it switches to south westerly, pushing in more swell through the day.
There could just be some good surf around here on this afternoon’s tide, maybe a couple of feet plus and offshore?!  

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  12:57  (0.4m)              High Tide:  18:47  (7.5m)

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Surf Forecast for Wednesday 29th March 2017  

Freshening south westerly winds are going to continue to push more swell our way while blowing out the main surf breaks.
So it’s ‘all round to Harlyn’ again today for some crunchy, hollow barrel action. Four feet of sand drenched hollowness should be greeting us there today!  

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

The beautiful, bright and calm conditions of the weekend are only slowly going to give way to something more unsettled, damper and windier as we go into this week.
Monday should see another very pleasant day with only small but very nice surf teasing us with the idea of summer days to come. By Tuesday though, the wind will be swinging back onshore and strengthening, a brisk sou’ wester asserting itself on the weather pattern, pushing in a thick and building swell.
So all of the main surf breaks are going to be chopped out as we roll into this week, Harlyn coming to the rescue as always when that sou’ wester blows!
The wind is likely to twitch more to the south through midweek but probably staying just the wrong side of south to allow our favoured breaks to shine.
A week of Harlyn awaits, three feet going to four through midweek, getting bigger again through the back half of the week.
Yep, by week’s end we should be enjoying some thwacking barrels at Harlyn!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!