At 6.30 a.m:
Constantine (1*): 1 foot.
There is a brisk breeze blowing down from the north this morning and so there’s just a little chilly bite to yet another glorious start to the day.
The surf is a little disappointing with barely a foot of onshore breeze-blown and ruffled little waves weakly washing ashore. There will be some tiny but fun ones to ride if you time it right and have a buoyant board to ride but that is about all that we can hope for again today.
Still, you can’t complain about this fabulous weather!
If you tuck ourself away, out of the breeze it should another scorchio one!
Harlyn (0*): Flat.
It is as flat as you can get again today, the breeze blowing onshore from the north and so adding a bit of sloppiness to that otherwise flat sea surface.
It might be staggeringly beautiful here again today but you’re not going to be able to surf!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 20:14 (1.9m) High Tide: 13:42 (6.0m)
Surf Forecast for Wednesday 1st June 2016
We might just see a little more cloud today, although that might end up being more of a haze than that rain filled stuff. We could just be lucky again and duck out of the path of that more overcast stuff!
The wind is forecast to be gusting in from the north, maybe nudging a degree or two to the north east, which would allow the sea to be a little smoother but the surf is unlikely to be all that.
We can only hope for a foot or so of windswept little waves to play in today while we continue to scour the charts and met data in the hope of something better soon!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
A week of calm and settled weather lies ahead, the chance of a really heavy shower or two seemingly unlikely but still a real possibility for moments.
The surf is unlikely to be worth getting excited about for at least another few days and so we will have to make the most of those long stretches of fabulous weather in other ways. We are unlikely to see much more than six inches to a foot of pretty but barely rideable little waves until probably lateish on Thursday.
Friday on the other hand is looking really very promising! A couple to three feet of clean and offshore shaped surf could just peel our way into next weekend!
Until then we will just have to make the most of this fine and dry spell of weather!
Have great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!