Surf Report for Wednesday 28th January 2015

Constantine (0*):  4 to 6 feet and blown out

at 9.45 a.m.

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Late again!  This time Truro for an early morning drive.  But don’t worry, you’re not missing anything, that storm is blowing in this morning right on cue, a ferocious north westerly rattling the hedgerows and junking out the four to six feet or bigger of surf.
There’s no outside to it, whitewater galloping in from the horizon and there’s no inside either, this wind is howling into even the most tucked away corners. If you want to surf today, the south coast is probably going to be your only option!

Harlyn (0*):  3 feet and blown out

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It’s a blown out mess of waves her this morning too.
Three to four feet of choppy and sloppy waves are washing in, looking deceptively smaller than they’re going to be. But this north westerly wind is howling into the bay, blowing those nasty rain squalls ahead of it.
It’s not that enticing today!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  17:56  (2.3m)            High Tide:  11:26  (6.2m)

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Surf Forecast for Thursday 29th January 2015

And on it goes as hard it blows!
North westerly, gale to storm force winds are set to continue to blast across our coastline for another day or two yet! Any surf on this coast is going to be windblown and mighty mess of mixed up and junked out surf.
The south coast is the only option for a surf today!

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Surf Conditions for the End of the Week

Theres’ another big old storm galloping our way through the back half of this week with storm force winds and mountainous seas being predicted from Wednesday through Thursday.
The whole coastline is going to be battered for a few days leading up to the weekend, those howling north westerly winds sandblasting anything in their way while making for dangerous conditions out to sea.
The surf should increase in size throughout Wednesday, growing in size as the wind strength increases, blowing all the way through to the weekend. Mountainous seas and stormy conditions are going to be driving the keenest surfers down to the south coast in search of shelter and somme relative calmness.
Batten those hatches down again, it is still a little way until Spring!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!