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Surf Report for Wednesday 30th July 2014 | Constantine Bay Surf Store

Constantine (1*):  1 foot

at 5.45 a.m.


A pleasantly bright and cheerful day is with us again, that wide blue sky spreading from horizon to horizon as the early morning clouds gradually fade away.
The surf is small, half a foot of glassy stuff washing along the shore, the occasional one foot wall breaking further out. But there’s no wind yet and so conditions are clean and pleasant, a fun looking longboard session beckoning.
And that looks like the way of it for the rest of the day, a bright and cheerful, warm and pleasant summer’s day with a some real small but fun summer surf!


Harlyn (0*):  Flat


There hasn’t been much surf around here for quite a while, the sumer doldrums really having an effect. And so it is again today; that lightest of light but still onshore, north westerly breeze just putting a ruffle on the sea surface but not doing enough to get any rideable surf going.
No, it’s another flat day at Harlyn Bay today!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:28  (1.3m)          High Tide:  08:11  (6.8m)


Surf Forecast for Thursday 31st July 2014

As the wind backs more westerly, indicating the nearness of that little front, we should see a little pulse of maybe windblown swell bowling our way. And that should produce a couple of feet of maybe quite wishy washy surf but at least a little bigger than it has been.
It is still going to be no more than a bumpy and maybe sloppy two foot summer swell but it should be just that bit bigger than we have been enjoying recently!


Surf Conditions for the End of the Week

It looks like we’re in for a cooler and cloudier stretch of weather as this week winds down, the surf continuing to be a bit mixed up and a bit slushy.
Well that’s the met office view anyway.
The reality is probably going to be just a bit duller than it has been with the odd bit of dampness in the air, that low pressure system that was heading our way now choosing a different track.
There are a few fronts that are likely to bounce over us through the back half of the week and that will mix the weather up but should also push some mixed up and mainly small surf our way.
So, we are looking at a couple of feet of mixed up and mainly summer surf as the week winds down, the weather brightening up again for the weekend but the surf staying pretty much the same throughout.
Have great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!