At 7.20 a.m:  

Constantine (0*):  6 to 8 feet  

There are bright blue gaps in the sky this morning but, as you can see from the vids and images, the showers in between are long lasting and heavy!
It’s a cold but calmer morning, the wind having eased in strength, still gusting down from the north west so still cold and still trashing the surf but without those violent gusts that we have been enjoying for how long.
So right now sheet rain is tipping across the bay, the six to eight feet of surf being slopped out by that wind but brighter skies are definitely aiming our way!   


Harlyn (2*):  3 to 4 feet  

Three or four feet of lumpy and bumpy surf is slopping into the bay at Harlyn this morning, that steady north westerly wind being only a little kinder to it than it has been.
It is still sloppy and choppy and bumpy but with the odd little three footer winding its way across the sand.
It could be worth a wet if you are keen but the other coast should be better again!   


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  17:00  (2.7m)              High Tide:  10:37  (5.6m)



Surf Forecast for Wednesday 4th March 2020  

A more southerly wind is likely to be blowing in today so at least the air temperature should be milder but it is probably going to be a little damper as well.
The surf could be fun at Harlyn, only small but maybe getting up to two or three feet and staying quite clean on the morning tidal push.  

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

We are going to be blown into another windswept start to this week as those chilling north westerly winds continue to whistle into our bays and coves for a few days yet before finally easing up, if only for a short while.
So all of our surf breaks are going to remain blown out through Monday and into Tuesday, the wind starting to gradually calm and back more westerly through Tuesday afternoon.
Wednesday looks a little more promising as the wind calms to a breeze, still staying onshore and still cold, even in some winter sunshine but staying light all morning before the return of a light onshore north westerly through the afternoon. And that will be strong enough to trash all of our surf breaks again.
We should see some Harlyn action through the back half of the week as the wind eases to the south west and pushes more lined up swells our way. The wind will be blowing offshore at Harlyn, hopefully making for some great surf there as the week winds down.
And then the wind will strengthen along with the surf for the weekend, making Harlyn the place to go again!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!