At 7.25 a.m:
Constantine (4*): 3 feet
Maybe this is the reward for putting up with those seemingly endless north westerly blown, onshore and wet days. Or maybe it’s just high pressure keeping the storms at bay.
Either way, it’s another fabulous morning on the north coast of Cornwall this morning.
The sky is blue, the wind is calm with only the lightest of offshore breezes, the temperature is pretty much zero and the surf is pleasantly majestic.
Three feet of curling and peaking, spilling peaks are sweeping into the bay this morning, smaller than it has been the last few days but none the worse for that. The tide is just on the way in to a shallow late morning high, the weather pattern is settled and the car parks are empty.
So just pick your favourite break and enjoy!
And this weekend we are continuing our ‘End of Season Sale‘!
Our final clearance of shelves and rails to make room for all those deliveries of lovely summer fun stock!
I’ll try and list a size range of which wintersuits are available but we have only one or two older 5 mil Visslawintersuits left at HALF-PRICE, a couple of Patagonia summer suits at the same and pretty much a whole range of Xcelwetsuits at 40% OFF!!
We also have Xcel Axis wintersuits which we normally sell for only £199.99 anyway but again this weekend they are only £175!!
With 30% OFF our whole range of Patagonia clothing and even some items at HALF-PRICE, as well as a few Vissla jackets and shirts at HALF-PRICE too, it should be well worth your dropping in on us this weekend!
Harlyn (0*): 0 to 1 foot
It’s all but flat here this morning, still and calm, peaceful and pleasant but with no real surf to ride. A foot or so of weak little wavelets are washing in but the other side is the place to go again today. There are some gorgeous waves around there this morning!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 17:50 (2.3m) High Tide: 11:23 (6.0m)
Surf Forecast for Sunday 25th February 2018
The swell is likely to have built a little, the result of that deep depression way out in the Atlantic spinning some stormy lumps our way to be smoothed and shaped by those brisk easterly winds.
And that is where it might just be not quite as good as it has been – the wind might just strengthen too much through the afternoon.
So with that freshening easterly wind meeting those swells head-on, the resulting waves should be hollow and peaky but maybe not as big and powerful as they might have been without the resistance.
Still, after all those onshores, I’ll take it!
Surf Conditions for the Weekend
As high pressure dominates the end of this week, that low pressure system out in the Atlantic continues to spin smallish but still very pleasant swell lines our way.
South easterly winds, as well as keeping temperatures down and the air clear will be hollowing out the two to hopefully three foot swell and building, into beautifully shaped, peeling and very rippable surf.
That wind is likely to strengthen through Sunday afternoon, maybe a little too much, making conditions a little more difficult but I’m guessing that most will have made the most of Saturday and Sunday morning to worry too much about that!
So a weekend of fine weather and smallish but great surf awaits!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!