At 9.20 a.m:
Constantine (0*): 0 to 1 foot
A mixed old day is threatening some rain while that cold northerly north easterly wind is blustering down the coast, blowing across the lines of titchy, tiny, teeny, weeny waves.
It is rideable on a big, big board but only just about.
It’s another one of those days to take care of all those jobs that you don’t want to be doing when the surf is good and the sun is shining!
Harlyn (0*): 0 to 1 foot
That biting wind is chattering into the bay at Harlyn this morning, chopping and slopping the tiny little waves into lumpy peaks of crumbling surf.
Actually it’s probably fun for the kids and maybe the surf schools, as Harlyn often is when it’s onshore!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 20:35 (1.9m) High Tide: 14:05 (6.2m)
Surf Forecast for Thursday 13th June 2019
More onshore will continue to blow in from the west, gradually veering north west throughout today, the small swell maybe stretching its wavelength rather than getting that much bigger.
And so that will result in a couple of feet or so of junky summer surf to play in.
Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week
Light onshore breezes at the start of the week will soon give way to a Northerly blow through Tuesday, that cold wind rattling down the coast with a chilly little sting to it.
By midweek it should all have calmed and settled, the wind switching offshore through Wednesday, a steady Easterly breeze gradually going south easterly and ending up South westerly by week’s end.
And so the surf is going to be a mix of weak and localised windswell through Monday and into Tuesday, building just a little into midweek and then being pushed back slightly by those offshores.
So two feet of clean and peaking stuff is as much as we can hope for through Wednesday and into Thursday before going choppy again by Friday.
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!