At 7.45 a.m:
Constantine (2*): 3 feet
It’s a mizzly, misty and foggy old morning, the air still, all wet and cloying but somehow cosy and snuggly.
The muffled wash of three feet or so of crumbling surf is harmonising with the breakfast calls of Gulls and Puffins and Fulmars, that thick blanket of dampness almost silencing the bay.
The westerly breeze is not strong enough to disturb the air but enough to lightly slop the surf.
So, with one guy out and enjoying a few in the murk just off high tide, it could just be fun as the tide eases out!
Harlyn (2*): 2 feet
A foot or two of weak but fun looking little waves are washing through that misty murk of a calm but misty and wet morning at Harlyn.
If you’re looking for a little play in the sea with the kids, maybe at the end of the school half-term holidays then this could just be the place!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 13:20 (1.0m) High Tide: 19:11 (7.1m)
Surf Forecast for Monday 20th February 2018
North westerly winds are back again to start off the week.
The wind should stay steady but is still likely to be strong enough to make for choppy conditions at all of our local surf breaks. Which is a shame given that the swell should be building through the day as well.
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
Following a slow start we might just enjoy a very nice week of clean and sparkling surf!
North westerlies are going to kick the week off, staying relatively light and steady through Monday, strengthening just a little as they veer more northerly through Tuesday.
With a building swell bumping up to about four or five feet, we might just feel a little frustrated with the bumpy and crumbly conditions at all of the breaks.
But by midweek steady offshores should be drifting from the east, shaping and moulding some decent three foot plus, high-teens wave period, well travelled swell.
It should be shapely and it should be solid for its size and it should last all the way through till the end of the week.
Have great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!