Surf Report for Wednesday 23rd May 2018

At 6.20 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  2 to 3 feet

It’s a cracker of a day that’s unfolding about us this morning with a massive blue sky being lit by an explosion of a sunburst dawn.
The air is still with the lightest breath of an easterly breeze thinking about drifting offshore.
And three feet or so of deep blue surf is rolling into the bays.
The Slab is looking real fun with long, long righthanders peeling their way to dry sand, not so hollow but with the odd long and vertical speed section.
Yep, it is very okay out there this morning!   

 

Harlyn (0*):  Flat  

The early dawn light of a clear Cornish sky is detailing the bay at Harlyn this morning, most of those little waves rolling on by the bay, the very occasional tiny one swinging in to tempt.
But it is flat really.
Gorgeous and glassy and clear and bright.
But flat.

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  19:33  (2.0m)              High Tide:  13:03  (5.9m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Thursday 24th May 2018  

A light north easterly breeze is likely to be drifting not a very nice, long distance groundswell today, with three to four feet of smooth and hollow waves expected to be reeling our way.
The bright skies that we are quickly getting to expect and demand might just let us down mildly during the afternoon but the waves should keep us occupied enough not to notice.
It should be a temporary cloud-over anyway.
So another great day of surf and generally okay weather should be on the cards, enjoy!  

Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

That high pressure system is absolutely content to snuggle over us for a little while yet, allowing clear skies and bright sunshine to dominate our thoughts for maybe the whole of this coming week and probably even longer!
The surf is likely to be only small though, certainly for the start of the week but with the chance of something bigger and better and maybe even better than that by the end of the week!
In the meantime, the sun is likely to be shining, the skies are likely to stay clear and those two foot swells should continue to glide smoothly onto our sandbanks and reefs and points!
Have great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!