Surf Report for Wednesday 29th July 2015

At 6.10 a.m:

Constantine (0*):  2 to 3 feet


If you’re a seascape artist then you will be loving this morning; the clouds are straight from a grand master’s palette, the sea a wind tossed aquamarine, the light very St. Ives!
But for the rest of us, well, it’s another cold ’n windy, damp and threatening one, the surf a mess and the temperatures more winter than high summer!
There’s a couple to three feet of mixed up and windblown junk surf to start the day again, the wind rattling in from the north west and stirring those waves around the bay.
There is surf but it ain’t great!


Harlyn (0*):  1 to 2 feet


That north westerly wind is blowing straight in here this morning again, making a mess of the foot or maybe two of weak and sloppy surf.
The tide is halfway out on the drop and so things should improve through late morning but it is still going to be pretty small and choppy.
The water is nicely warming up though and Harlyn can be fun in an onshore wind so I guess that everyone is going to be having an enjoyable one here again today!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  10:46  (1.7m)              High Tide:  16:42  (6.7m)


Surf Forecast for Thursday 30th July 2015

A northerly wind along with a small one to two foot windswell is the best that we can hope for on this coast again today.
A grovelling surf in those chilling winds in small and fairly weak waves is all that is likely to be on offer today!
It should be brighter and sunnier for most of the day and that always helps though!


Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

We seem to be trapped in this run of cold north westerly winds blowing into our bays and coves day after day, chopping and slopping those weak little windswells.
And there’s no immediate sign of any let up just yet!
The weather should brighten from Wednesday afternoon onwards but there’s going to be no escape from those cold winds, well not on this coast anyway.
But as the week winds down at least the wind should weaken, allowing some shape to return to those small and weak swells.
It might be the weekend before we see the wind back to the south west, at least supporting some extra swell as it lumbers our way.
So, a few days at least are left of riding small and choppy waves before we start to see something lighter and brighter and maybe just a little more summer like.
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!