At 6.50 a.m:
Constantine (4*): 4 feet
It’s a tranquil, silver skied morning filled with birdsong, the steady breeze breathing offshore to smooth and sculpture the three to four feet of walling swells.
It’s bright enough and dry enough and mild enough and the surf is pumping again.
One guy is out, enjoying some solo reeling Reef lefts while those screaming hollow right-handers just off booby’s are booming through unridden.
The Slab is beckoning too!
Harlyn (1*): 1 foot
It’s all peace and quiet at Harlyn this morning, the mellow dawn chorus just adding some atmosphere as one guy enjoys scrabbling after the foot or so of snappy, sharp little surf.
The other side is where the surf is today but if Harlyn is your thing then you should enjoy these little snappers!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 09:45 (2.1m) High Tide: 15:45 (5.8m)
Surf Forecast for May Day 2019
Light onshores are likely to be drifting down from the north west today, the surf a pleasant enough couple of feet. Certainly worth surfing I should imagine, in amongst cavorting to the ancient fertility rites of May Day.
The weather is looking right, conditions are good:
Unite and unite and let us all unite
For summer is acome unto day!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
A week of light breezes lies ahead, offshore for most of the time with maybe some dreary weather to start but brightening up by midweek.
With a steady three to four feet of evenly spaced and mostly smooth swell to start the week, we will be looking for longboards by the back half of the week to glide across the faces of those little peelers that should entertain us through to the weekend.
The weather is looking good for the May Day festivities on Wednesday, a light north westerly breeze making for probably the weakest day of surf but with some very pleasant sunshine to entice you to enjoy the celebrations!
So, we can expect plenty of pleasant surf, better weather to come and a day off to celebrate that ‘Summer is acome!’
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!