At 6.45 a.m:
Constantine (2*): 3 to 4 feet
A lazy, hazy, overcast morning is telling us that the unseasonally fabulous weather of the holiday weekend is coming to an end.
But the air is still, the temperatures are mild and it is still very pleasant.
What breeze there is is drifting up from the south, just riffling and lightly warping the three to four feet of otherwise glassy swell. So the surf still looks like a whole heap of chunky fun!
Good luck to all the crew who are just about to board the 9 o’clock flight to Alicante from Newquay this morning for Cam‘s Stag
night weekend week! Look out Spain!!
But as a result we will be short staffed for a few days and so open a little randomly (probably from 11 or 12ish till 4 or 5ish) as I’m still in recovery mode and not yet doing a full shift.
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Harlyn (2*): 1 to 2 feet
A foot or two of shiny looking little waves are shuffling into Harlyn this morning, the odd bigger wave or two making things more interesting but a long way apart.
It looks fun but it is a little small yet.
Otherwise it is as peaceful and pleasant a place as you might ever want to spend some time at, so it might be worth a paddle out on the SUP or Kayak if you have time.
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 15:43 (1.6m) High Tide: 09:23 (6.5m)
Surf Forecast for Thursday 25th April 2019
The wind is likely to freshen up through today, a brisk south sou’ westerly blowing some extra swell our way maybe.
I’m guessing that the swell should build through the day, getting Harlyn into play properly with the evening tide.
Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week
I hope that you managed to enjoy the fabulous long holiday weekend and that you’re re-charged, re-energised and revitalised!
We are going to enjoy a change in the weather and surf conditions this week, those light offshore breezes being replaced by something pushier and gustier, colder and blusterier (?!?), a return of damper and stronger south westerly winds blowing us into the weekend.
And the surf will get angrier, those pretty and smooth, elegant waves of last week being replaced by bigger and bumpier, wilder stuff becoming massive and dangerous by the weekend.
Thank goodness for Harlyn – sea re likely to be spending a lot of time enjoying the sheltered protection of the headland surfing over there as the week ends!
So, wave bye bye to those pleasant, calm conditions of last week and shout hello to the rock and roll of the much bigger and bumpier, blowy conditions expected for next week!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!