Constantine (0*): 4 to 5 feet
at 7.15 a.m.
Another blurry day, all rainswept and grey with that swirling wind blowing, seems to be trying to find some brightness.
The wind is gusting in from the north west again, huffing and puffing in the murk, making a mess of the thick and sloppy surf. The sky is merging with the sea agin this morning with little to separate the rain filled air above the windswept water.
Nah, you don’t want to be surfing here today, it’s just a mess.
Harlyn (0*): 3 to 4 feet
And the north westerly wind is blowing hard in here again too!
The guys have been getting in here in those bigger swells on the dropping tide over the last few days but I think that the wind might be a little more northerly this morning making even the corners a messy option.
For clean surf there’s only one choice again today and that’s the far coast!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 16:15 (1.9m) High Tide: 09:54 (6.5m)
Surf Forecast for Thursday 26th February 2015
These north westerly winds are beginning to be a little tiresome aren’t they?
Let’s hope that they’re filling up the Karma Bank though, we should get glorious payback eventually!?
But not today!
Today is likely to show more fresh north westerly winds whistling onshore into the bays and coves, messing up the bigger surf and blowing in those heavy showers.
Yes, the surf should be bigger again today but it’s still going to be a blown out mess at most of the breaks on this coast!
Surf Conditions for the End of the Week
Big swells have been rolling our way since the start of this week, the wind powering through from the west and north west, blowing harder and harder, driving those big, big waves into our craggy little bays and coves.
The surf has been big and it is likely to stay that way well into next week but those wild winds are going to continue to destroy any chance of getting into anything like clean surf around here anytime soon.
Our only chance of getting some cleaner stuff to surf on is to take that drive all the way over to the far coast again!
And so these weather patterns are set to continue with relatively mild temperatures belying those brisk and chilly north westerly winds blowing. The bright spells are going to rush by in these winds but so too are those downpours!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!