Surf Report for Wednesday 26th July 2017

At 6.10 a.m:  

Constantine (1*):  1 to 2 feet  

There’s a calmness about the bay this morning, the steady pitter patter of rain falling in the breeze, the wash of gentle waves on the shore, the muffled sound of birdsong beneath the thickness of silver cloud.
Barely a couple of feet of fairly wishy washy, onshore breeze ruffled little waves are weakly washing in.
It should be fun later, especially on bit of a floater of a board and it should be a bit bigger than the foot or two that it is now, although that wind is likely to pick up too!  

 

Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot

If only it was bigger!
There are tiny little ripples peeling immaculately across the high tide bank again this morning, all so pretty but also so very small!
It might just be worth a little look back later but it will probably still be bit small!  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:40  (0.8m)              High Tide:  20:36  (7.5m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Thursday 27th July 2017  

Three to four feet of rolling swell is likely to be chopped and slopped by that gusting west sou’ westerly wind.
Small Harlyn versus bigger but bumpier Constantine is going to be the decision for today!  

Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

Onshore winds are going to ensure that we enjoy another week of mediocre surf conditions along this stretch of North Cornwall’s sunny coastlines.
Those onshore winds should continue to push along a rolling three to four feet of bumpy and lumpy swells all week long.
Monday’s fresh north westerly winds are going to slop and chop the two to three feet of broken surf at all of our bays, the bright sunshine making it all a bit more tempting. By Tuesday the wind should have eased to a breeze, still from the north west, still slopping the waves a bit but nowhere as badly as before.
South westerly winds will be blowing steadily by Wednesday, at least allowing Harlyn to offer a cleaner alternative, even though the surf is likely to be only tiny around there!
And then it is likely to be back to westerly winds for the rest of the week, that same three feet or so of bumpy swell continuing to roll our way and at a leat offering up a few possibilities if you’re keen enough!
So, all in all not a bad week to kick the school holidays off with, the groms should be frothing in all those bouncy wave conditions, allowing them to throw airs galore with soft landings for when it goes wrong!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!