Surf Report for Wednesday 13th November 2019

At 7.25 a.m:  

Constantine (1*):  3 to 4 feet  

A drier, brighter and calmer morning is cheering us up for a moment this morning but make the most of it, it’ll be blowing again soon enough!
Right now though a fresh westerly breeze is lightly chopping the three feet and bigger of rolling windswell beneath a bright sky, the air still too cold for comfort but dry and clearer.
The north westerlies will be back by lunchtime to blow it all out again, so make the most of it, or pack the boards up for another trip to the other coast!   

 

Harlyn (2*):  3 feet  

Three feet or so of not so wind ravaged but still choppy and sloppy, windblown surf is rolling into the bay at Harlyn this morning, that brighter sky making it all just atet little bit more attractive.
It is all about as good as it’s going to be for today, that wind will soon return, along with more ‘weather’!  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:58  (1.3m)              High Tide:  17:49  (7.3m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Thursday 14th November 2019  

That gusting north westerly blow might just dig an edge and veer to the north east through this morning and that could just put a whole different complexion on the surf!
We should be seeing som big and lumpy, wide open swells storming their way ashore and if that wind does switch, it could just be pretty epic!
Eight foot swells with a fourteen second wave period pushing against stormy offshore winds should produce enough fast breaking and gaping, hollow waves to test anyone’s stoke!
Take it easy out there if you do go for it though, it should be dangerous enough to attack the unaware!  

Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

This week is going to be a blustery and stormy write-off for surfing locally.
Big and blown, winter powered storm waves will be lashing our coast but there won’t be many places that could get out there with a hope of surviving.
But a drive and ether should be some awesomeness not too far away. Wales maybe, or the usual jaunt to the far coast.
Locally though we are facing a good few days of howling (and cold) north westerly winds, trashing any hope for rideable waves.
The seascape artists are going to be enjoying life, painting their back-to-front waves for the summer hordes but the surfers and fishermen are going to be disappointed for a while yet.
The end of the week is beginning to look a little more promising though!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!