At 7.15 a.m:
Constantine (3*): 2 to 4 feet
A big fat moon is hanging over the Reef this morning, overseeing an absolutely gorgeous morning as it stretches along the coastline.
The sun is shining, the sky is cloudless, the air is chilly but crisp and sharp and the surf is pumping.
A couple to three feet of thick and smooth walls are marching into the bay with bigger sets occasionally bulldozing their way through the lineup, the lightest off breezes drifting offshore from the south east, helping to shape and fold those swells into peaks and walls.
The tide is a little too high right now but give it a couple of hours and we should be enjoying a pretty perfect day!
Harlyn (0*): 0 to 1 foot
Sea mist is drifting over the ocean in ribbons at Harlyn this morning, a steam like marine layer clinging to the sea as that autumn moon loiters low above the bay.
A foot or maybe occasionally two of high tide warped, bouncy little waves are shadowing their way out of the mist to collapse on the high tide shore.
It is rideable but really very small.
Especially when you know that the other side is a big bundle of fun this morning!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 13:20 (1.0m) High Tide: 19:12 (7.4m)
Surf Forecast for Thursday 27th September 2018
The swell is likely to be just a little smaller today but should still be big enough to tempt you in. Especially with that bright sunshine, those clear skies and a little light south easterly breeze drifting offshore, shaping those already pretty little waves into something a bit better.
Yep, it’s looking like another fab day ahead!
Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week
Those fronts and storms and that rain and wind of last week are steadily galloping off to annoy the rest of the country as the weekend eases its way into the unmemorable, to be replaced by…. yes, some fine and dry and bright and sunny weather with small but pleasant surf!
Well, that’s the plan anyway!
Light north easterly breezes are going to keep the air temperatures down through Monday but some bright and clear autumn sunshine should keep things cheerful as a couple of feet or so of peeling blue waves shimmy across our preferred surf breaks.
By later on Tuesday the breeze will have backed more to the south east, adding a degree or two to the air temperature as a foot or two fog clean and crisp, gliding surf peels across the sandbars.
And as high pressure squats down and makes itself comfortable, those breezes should continue to remain light and offshore while the sun continues to cheers us all up well into the end of the week.
I hope that you haven’t packed away the longboards and gliders yet, we’ll be enjoying those this week!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!