Surf Report for Wednesday 2nd September 2015

At 6.25 a.m:

Constantine (1*):  0 to 1 foot

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Baby, it’s cold outside!
That northerly wind is chilling the early morning temperatures this week as well as putting that light ruffle onto the sea’s surface and pushing those towering cloud banks around the place.
You can almost feel that chill tingle of Winter in the breeze this morning!
But there is a lot of blue up in that sky this morning too and so as the sun fights its way through I’m sure that temperatures will settle.
The surf is pretty tiny again, a foot or so of lazy stuff is tumbling ashore with that little crumbly effect caused by the north nor’ westerly breeze.
It’s not great but we should get a longboard glide going later on!

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Harlyn (0*):  Flat

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It is flat around here this morning again, totally flat!
And the north nor’ westerly wind is making for choppy and sloppy conditions too. It could be fun to have a paddle here later but that wind could be annoying too.
No, it’s the other side of the headland for small watery fun today!

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Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:02  (0.6m)              High Tide:  08:36  (7.6m)

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Surf Forecast for Thursday 3rd September 2015

We seem to be on repeat mode this week, the north westerly breeze steadily blowing that chillier air our way and only tiny little waves to play in.
We’ll be lucky to see more than knee high waves at our best surf breaks today, those swell focusing spots being the only places to have a chance of surf and even with them it is likely to be a short lived affair as those big tides push through the banks so quickly.
But, after saying all that, there should be some little waves to ride and that sunshine always helps to make it seem that little bit better!

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Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

After that gloomy and windy start, the rest of this week looks set to be bright and sunny and warm but with that chilly northerly wind.
Bright and breezy weather with tiny but clean surf is likely to set the tone for the week with, at best, only small surf expected throughout.
The wind is likely to be only light for most of the time with high pressure building over us but I’m guessing that we might get into that pattern of gentle breezes in the morning and evenings with stronger and onshore sea breezes through the afternoons. And those breezes are blowing in some cold air! But if you do manage to duck out of the wind in some sunshine then it should feel really quite warm.
Still, it could just be a very pleasant week for the kids to finish off their school break offering just a little in the way of good surf too.
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!