Constantine (4*): 3 feet
at 6.20 a.m.
There’s a brightness in the sky this morning, an inspirational something in the air, maybe a magical moment waiting to be discovered?
The surf is smaller than yesterday which might not be that bad a thing, it was a paddle centre at Booby’s for most of the day yesterday.
Today is showing a smart and sharp three feet or so of looping and peeling, walling waves, that double digit wave-period producing bigger sets and the occasional much bigger set wave.
The breeze is as light as can be, offshore and delicate, the sun is burning through that early morning haze and everything is pointing towards a magical day amongst the waves!
Go wax your favourite board because you are probably going to want to use it somewhere today!
Harlyn (1*): 1 foot
It is pretty tiny right now around here but that is just an hour off low tide, so it is probably going to improve a little.
The breeze is light and so those snappy little waves are ricochetting across the sand, all ginning and glassy. But you have to think that it is the other side of the headland again today, that’s where the surf is!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 18:21 (2.5m) High Tide: 11:52 (5.9m)
Surf Forecast for Thursday 4th September 2014
The swell is likely to continue to diminish, getting smaller but not losing that big wave period. We are likely to be enjoying more clean and sparkling, two to three feet and peeling surf all day long.
The sun is set to shine, the breeze gently blowing offshore and that water temperature, of course, is positively balmy!
There’s probably going to be a lot of fun on a longboard to be had today!
Surf Conditions for the End of the Week
As Autumn gradually starts to caress our golden beaches and turquoise bays, the feel of summer might just revisit for a few days.
Wednesday is promising to be glorious; bright sunshine over a glistening and glinting, rolling three foot swell with light offshores just tidying it all up. Warm water, warm air and peeling waves are expected all day long!
And then the delicate dance of wind and swell will take us through the rest of the entire week all under clear and bright, sunshiny skies.
The swell is likely to weaken to a still very decent couple of feet during midweek, the breeze staying offshore and folding those waves into hollow little things.
And that looks to be the way of it for a good while! A steady, rolling swell, light offshores and plenty of sunshine. Any holiday time left?
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you are doing!