Constantine (3*): 2 to 3 ft
at 6.15 a.m.
It’s an overcast one this morning and a little damp around the edges too but otherwise it is a warm and peaceful summer’s morning.
The wind is a bit odd, it’s kind of south sou’ westerly but occasionally flicking over to south sou’ easterly but just for moments. And so the surf is quite lined up but a little crumbly too.
Two feet with the occasional bigger ones, those crumbly lines are jumping up tall as they hit the shallows, some of them smooth and shining, others a bit fat and slow looking.
It’s around half tide, so you have to think that things might just improve a lot with the tide.
There are blue gaps up in that sky maybe indicating that t could brighten up, in spite of the forecasts.
So, yep, it’s all looking promising for another fun day of surf ahead of us!
Harlyn (1*): Flat to 1 ft
Conditions are really sharp and clean around here this morning, the breeze offshore, tiny little six inch waves slapping the sand and the air filled with summer warmth.
If only it was a few feet bigger!
It is maybe, just about surfable with a big and buoyant board but the other side is the place to head again. It is only a couple of feet over there but it is looking fun!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 15:26 (0.8m) High Tide: 09:02 (7.4m)
Surf Forecast for Thursday 17th July 2014
It could be fun today!
That small swell should pulse a little, only a little but hopefully enough to push in a couple to three feet of fairly close together little waves. The wind is forecast to be light, light and offshore.
And that sunshine is likely to burn through hot again too!
So, summer fun is on the cards! Go grab a board and some sunblock and enjoy!
Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week
It looks like we are in or a bit of a scorcher as the weekend approaches!
Forecasts are showing sky high temperatures over the next few days but with maybe not such clear or clean weather.
We should get some surf though. Nothing special but very surfable, especially for Summer.
As the week winds down we should continue to enjoy that two to three feet and crumbly little, close together swell. That should last through the weekend, being more attractive than it might normally be because of the warmth and those light winds.
The sun is likely to release its full brightness over the weekend too making for a very Summery kind of surf!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!