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Surf Report for Wednesday 30th May 2018 | Constantine Bay Surf Store

At 6.10 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  2 to 3 feet

A dreary and heavy but somehow cosy and comfy cloud cover is hemming us in this morning, that warm but grey and threatening, rain ready kind of morning which could go either way.
I wouldn’t be surprised to see it all burn off or, equally it could stay like this all day long.
The Spring high tide is hiding the swell at the moment too, a couple of feet of hazy lines ghosting their way through the deeps.
But once the tide drifts out we should be seeing some more excellent shaped but small surf, maybe two feet, maybe a fraction bigger, definitely building into this evening’s high.
So, a difficult one to call.
We could be enjoying a decent two to three feet of beautifully shaped little surf in some brighter weather through this afternoon or we could just be stuck in this damp cloud cover watching the growing swell swamped by this afternoon’s quickly rising tide!
I reckon it will end up being okay though!   



Harlyn (0*):  Flat  

It is flat again at Harlyn this morning, smooth and calm and beckoning the paddleboarders but with no surf at all.
That could change through the afternoon but in the meantime, it’s flat.  



Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  13:06  (1.1m)              High Tide:  18:59  (6.9m)



Surf Forecast for Thursday 31st May 2018  

A decent three feet plus of smooth and organised, solid little swell should be rolling our way to be met by a steady south easterly breeze.
So we can expect a day of beautiful, peeling surf under brighter and warm skies.


Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

It looks like the groms are going to score during this school half term week!
After a little wobble during the holiday weekend those light offshore should be back to groom a new little swell.
And that swell is likely to be solid enough for its size, mainly staying in the two foot range but getting bigger now and again with the tidal push and those energy pulses.
And that should be the way of it all week long!
So grab your sunblock, kick off those winter wetsuit hats, boots and gloves and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!