At 6.10 a.m:
Constantine (1*): 1 to 2 feet
The wind is whistling down from the north this morning, carrying plenty of wetness and chilling the air while chopping and slopping the small surf.
A foot or two of weak and wandering little waves are bumbling into the bay, the Point and headland sheltering a small but fun looking little peak as it hesitates its way to shore.
It should be worth going in later, especially if you can find some shelter from this wind.
And the more nimble amongst us are going to love the air opportunities from those sloppy ramps on offer!
We fell for a scam mail last Friday resulting in our losing ALL of our emails (yep, all of them going back to the very beginning of time!).
So if you have emailed us at any time up until lunchtime on the 26th July and are wondering why we haven’t bothered replying, well, we haven’t got it!
And if any of our suppliers are looking at this, well we don’t have your invoices, promos or delivery slips either. So if you could just pop us a copy sometime that would be luvverly!
Harlyn (0*): 0 to 1 foot
The wind is blowing straight into the bay at Harlyn this morning bumping and shaking the surface of that dark and broody looking sea.
There’s no surf to ride this morning but that onshore wind will blow in a bit of close-fetch windswell as the day goes on, probably building into big lumps of unpredictable peaks by this evening’s tide.
That could be fun to play in, especially if you have one of those dynamic foam boards to throw around!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 10:58 (1.6m) High Tide: 16:54 (6.8m)
Surf Forecast for Wednesday 31st July 2019
Lighter breezes are going to allow the surf to be a just a little more attractive today.
As soon as the wind eases though the size of those mushy wind swells will drop too leaving us with not much more than a couple of feet of left over windswell to play in.
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
Although clean and offshore conditions are going to start the week, we will soon be plagued by those irritating north westerly winds again.
Blowing onshore but from the wrong direction, north westerly winds are no good to man nor beast (well surfer beast anyway)! They don’t do much to push up the surf and they chop and slop what little waves that there are at all of our surf breaks. They are chilly too!
So the small surf and super clean conditions of Monday will soon be replaced by gusting and cooler onshores by Tuesday, that wind strengthening as the day goes on.
The wind should ease as we go into midweek maybe allowing the surf conditions to clean up a little for Wednesday evening’s tide and with only light breezes expected for Thursday.
So a blustery and mixed week is waiting but three should be enough sunshine and dryness to keep the holiday makers happy enough.
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!