Surf Report for Wednesday 13th February 2019

At 7.30 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  4 to 6 feet. 

Another mild and pleasant, silver skied and calm morning is again hinting more at Spring than Winter, the light southerly wind bringing warmer air (it’s all relative!) up from the continent.
And there’s plenty of surf too.
Four to five feet and more of thick and lumpy surf is swirling into the bay, that southerly wind a little too messy for it all here. But there are a few breaks not too far away that will enjoy this breeze more than here.
Or if you want to stay local then there’s always Harlyn……





Harlyn (4*):  3 to 4 feet

There are some perfect fragments of waves spinning onto the beach at Harlyn on this calm and pleasant morning.
Two to four feet of smooth faced and clean, sometimes almost peeling barrels are shooting across the bay, those occasional ones making a winter session more memorable.
And it should only get bigger!
And better!



Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  17:00  (2.4m)              High Tide:  10:37  (5.9m)

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Surf Forecast for Thursday 14th February 2019

Ah, what do we get when there’s a five foot swell combining with light south easterly (offshore) breezes?
Perfection!
It could be, should be, might be PUMPING today!
And we might even enjoy some very pleasant weather too!

Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

Mild weather is likely to be hinting that Spring is just around the corner with light souther winds flowing up the coastline bringing that milder air our way.
And we should be seeing some hefty swells too!
A five to six foot, thick and evenly spaced swell should keep us occupied through midweek, that steady southerly wind sending most around to Harlyn looking for some cleaner and smoother, smaller waves with some of those in the know aiming south for those only slightly more north facing but still swell exposed surf breaks.
Thursday could just be quite special with an expect six foot plus, mid-teens wavelength swell meeting light offshore (south easterly) breezes.
And then as the schools break up for half-term, most of the gloms along with most others too will be scurrying around to Harlyn as the wind settles more to the south and south west.
So, a fab week of surf awaits us all with a wide spread of surf breaks lighting up with those thick, winter swells rolling in under steady southerly winds.
Have a great week, where you are and whatever you’re doing!