At 6.20 a.m:
Constantine (3*): 3 to 4 feet
A beautiful summer’s morning is spreading its bright and cloud free cheer all along the coast this morning, a handful of keen ones already out and enjoying the surf.
And there is plenty to enjoy!
Three to four feet of glassy peaks are wedging into the bay, all a little closer together than you might hope for and nowhere near perfect here yet at this stage of the tide but that could happen later. Meanwhile, the breeze is superlight, drifting up from the south and east, straight offshore and the sets are rolling in.
So, three to four feet of fun surf is pushing our way through a light offshore on a beautiful summer’s day!
What else are you going to do?
Oh and did I mention that the swell should slowly build through the day as well?!
Harlyn (2*): 1 to 2 feet
A couple of feet of lazy, glassy surf is wandering into Harlyn this morning, all a bit weak looking and lacklustre.
No, it’s a day for the other side today! The surf is looking fun over there on this beautiful sunny morning!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 15:20 (1.8m) High Tide: 08:59 (6.4m)
Surf Forecast for Thursday 15th June 2017
Light onshore winds are likely to frustrate the four feet plus of thick and rolling swells which should be pouring our way today, that wind mushing and slopping the decent sized surf at our favourite surf breaks.
So it looks like we could be enjoying smaller but cleaner surf at Harlyn today with smaller waves on the dropping tide but being big enough on the rise.
Three feet or so of Harlyn close-out action on a hazy but mainly sunny day too should keep most of us amused for most of the day!
Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week
As always the wind is going to play a big part in the surf conditions for this coming week and it looks like an onshore wind kind of start. But the north westerly wind of Monday morning should have eased to not much more than a breeze by evening and stay that way until midweek at least.
So the week will likely start out with four to five feet of sloppy and bumpy surf hitting our main breaks, the air feeling chillier in that north westerly wind. But the wind should have dropped to no more than a breeze by evening making for maybe some very pleasant conditions in the long lasting twilight.
And sunny days should guide us into midweek with three feet or so of fairly weakish swell washing in, those light breezes varying as we go along but mainly cleaner in the mornings and evening the onshore sea breeze effect kicking in through the afternoons.
And then the end of the week is starting to look quite promising with the possibility of cleaner and more solid swell, if not much bigger along with some pleasant weather too!
But that is a little way away yet.
In the meantime we will be enjoying some mediocre conditions to start the week!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!