Surf Report for Wednesday 16th October 2019

At 7.30 a.m:  

Constantine (1*):  3 feet  

The air temperature is a little lower today, I guess that is the result of a little North in the early morning westerly breeze. That would account for the wintery looking sea too, although the water temperature is around 15 deg C at present.
The sky is gradually brightening with the land half being full of dark cloud, the sea part much clearer and brighter.
So we can expect a mixed old day of onshore chopped, three foot and quickly building surf with plenty of brightness but always a good chance of the odd shower or two as well!  

 

Harlyn (1*):  2 feet

A couple of feet of weak looking little surf is being crumbled and ruffled by a steady north westerly breeze at Harlyn this morning as bundles of dark and threatening cloud are being gently moved along to bother the rest of the country.
The incoming sky looks a lot more relaxing – for a while at least!
The surf is likely to build throughout the day, so it could just be an entirely different place to surf by this afternoon!  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:53  (1.3m)              High Tide:  19:45  (7.2m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Thursday 17th October 2019

A proper Harlyn day should keep us occupied today with a solid six foot plus swell wrapping down the coast being pushed along by a blustering south westerly wind. Four feet of hollow and crunchy Harlyn anyone?  

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

We have another windswept week of onshore blown and biggish surf to look forward to after a quieter start on Monday.
Monday is promising light offshore breezes to groom a decent two to three feet of smooth swell as it glides into the bays but make the most of the calm and smooth conditions, westerly winds will soon be blustering our way again!
By Tuesday the wind will be driving a lot of dampness to start the day as it messes and chops the four feet of bumpy swell. But the skies should soon brighten and Harlyn should start to show some shape as the wind backs more to the south west.
And that should be the way of it for the rest of the week, that thick and lumpy swell bumping into the bays all week long, getting quite big for a day or so midweek and then even bigger at the end of the week.
So, another wet and windy week of growing surf at Harlyn awaits us!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!