Surf Report for Wednesday 21st August 2019

At 6.20 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  3 feet

A chilly and lightly clouded start to the day is quickly giving way to something sunnier and brighter with only a light breeze and widening blue skies brightening the horizon.
The surf is a little close together this morning, three feet or so of peaky and short walled stuff but cleaner than it has been and promising some fun on the dropping tide. This evening’s tidal push might push just a little more size our way just in time for the evening glass-off too!
Yep, it’s all looking good for another great day at the beach!   

 

Harlyn (1*):  1 foot

Little waves are sparkling and glistening in the early morning sunshine at Harlyn, the breeze straight offshore but even so those waves are really small.
And they are likely to weaken even more as the tide eases out on this sunny morning, maybe building just a bit on this evening’s tide.
But it’s the other side for surf today, there are tiny little ones here but it is likely to be all a bit of a struggle!  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:44  (1.8m)              High Tide:  09:25  (6.5m)

 

surfforecast

Surf Forecast for Thursday 22nd August 2019  

South westerly breezes are likely to push some more waves our way today but it is also going to buffet and slop the three to four feet of localised and close together little waves at our main surf breaks.
Harlyn should be squeaky clean but will only be very small again!   

Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

Another breezy and shower filled week is aiming our way, those blustery winds of the weekend only slowly easing and calming.
There’s not that much in the way of swell producers out in the Atlantic either. But after saying all that we should have enough lumpy old surf and bright enough weather to keep most of our holiday making visitors happy enough.
The north westerly winds of Monday will continue into Tuesday, making for bumpy and choppy conditions at all of our preferred surf breaks, a thick enough three to four feet of close together swell being chopped and mixed as it is blown our way.
That wind should back more to the south west by midweek at least allowing Harlyn to provide some cleaner and more organised surf although it is likely to be only small.
And then the wind is forecast to back offshore as we end the week, smoothing and cleaning the small, small weaves as we go into the weekend.
So, a breezy and mixed up week lies ahead but with enough decent weather and rideable surf to keep us all busy!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!