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Surf Report for Wednesday 3rd May 2017 | Constantine Bay Surf Store

At 6.25 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  3 to 5 feet  

A bright and clear, sunny morning is spreading its cheer all along the coastline this morning, the breeze fresh and offshore, the sea a sparkling blue and the surf is pumping!
Four to five feet of churning and reeling barrels are throwing themselves into the bays, standing tall in the morning sunshine before pounding and grinding their way ashore.
The breeze is fresh, a gusting east north easterly, offshore and carrying a chilly bite to it as well.
The swell should gradually increase and strengthen through the day while the sun is set to shine and the wind to stay offshore!
It’s pumping! #gosurfnow  


Harlyn (0*):  1 to 2 feet  

The breeze is onshore here today and so the foot or two of weak and crumbly surf is pretty sloppy and uninviting.
With the other side of the headland having magnificent surf today, that is the place to go, this north easterly wind is going to blow onshore here all day long!  

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  18:11  (2.1m)              High Tide:  11:46  (5.9m)


Surf Forecast for Thursday 4th May 2017  

Smaller waves are expected today but they should still be in the decent three foot range, the wind continuing to blow offshore, more easterly and still fresh, while the sun is et to continue to shine.
It’s looking like another good day to surf in Cornwall!  

Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

After a damp and windswept start to the week, we will be welcoming back those north easterly winds to blow their chill air offshore in some much brighter weather.
A thick and lumping swell is expected to roll our way through May Day Monday, six feet and bigger of windblown and raggedy swells will be battering their way into our bays and coves, the wind blowing enough rain in to try and dampen the Padstow celebrations. But May Day is bigger than that and it should end up being okay weather wise but maybe not until the evening.
By Tuesday the wind should have eased and backed to the north east, putting a bit more shape in the two to three feet of close together but fun surf.
By midweek the swell should have built, the wind is likely to have settled offshore from the north east and east and the weather should have settled into a pattern of calm, clear sunshine too.
Yep, it is looking very, very good for the rest of this week with decent waves expected all the way through!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!