At 7.50 a.m:
Constantine (4*): 4 to 5 feet
A fabulous morning is unfolding across the bay, those thick banks of dark and brooding cloud begrudgingly sulking away as a brisk offshore prods and pokes and pushes them out to sea.
And the surf is grinding through, four to five feet if fidgety and lumpy, lively peaks are unfurling across the bay in fits and starts. The tide is completely wrong right now other than casting some shelter from that ice cold north easterly but give it an hour or two and the wind should have eased, the sky will have cleared and the tide should be shallower.
It is all looking vey promising for a very surfy Sunday, as long as you have a cosy, warm wetsuit!
Thanks for all of your interest in our pop-up sales over the last few weekends, it has been great to have a little buzz going on during all these storms. And hopefully a whole bunch of you are happy with your bargain buys!
So, how to carry it on!?
We still have a few Patagonia suits that we can put out at HALF-PRICE and we might as well commit to continuing out HALF-PRICE Vissla wetsuit sale.
And how about a massive 40% OFF our XCEL wetsuits as well!!?
We have a full range of 4 and 5 mil Xcel suits including Drylocks and Infiniti suits and those already super value Axis suits too.
And this weekend only, how about 40% OFF our Patagonia Jackets and tops with 30% OFF all of our other Ts and Hoodies.
We already have our footwear on offer at HALF-PRICE and have winter hats from £5!
So, if you’re around the area (bearing in mind the surf could be seriously good on Sunday afternoon (see the weekend surf forecast below)), then it could be worth dropping in on us for what could just be a last chance bargain!
Harlyn (0*): 2 to 3 feet
That north easterly wind is blowing onshore here this morning, making a sloppy and choppy, cold mess of the three feet or so of broken surf.
It’s a day for the other side if you want to surf.
In fact you can pretty much take your pick from amongst any of our favourite south westerly facing surf breaks all along the coast today!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 14:30 (0.8m) High Tide: 08:00 (7.6m)
Surf Forecast for Monday 5th February 2018
Light offshore winds and a continuing two to three feet of smooth swell should be gliding our way through the winter sunshine again today.
The air will be cold but the sky clear and the waves shimmering and peeling!
Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week
A cold winter’s week is waiting for us this week with the threat of snow showers even all the way down here.
A slowly decreasing swell will drop from those four to five feet explosions of Sunday to a decent three feet by Monday being replaced by a couple of feet of smooth and fun gliders by Tuesday morning.
And then a cold, cold blast from direct north is likely to freeze us through Tuesday afternoon, that wind biting and gnawing and putting even the keenest off surfing in those conditions.
And that could be the day that we see some of the white stuff! But it is Cornwall and although we always hope for some snow fun, it rarely comes to much, if anything!
By Wednesday the wind should be calming but only a bits it tries to shift more to the east.
Another cold day of winter sun could see some cleaner surf again, more in the three to four foot range.
Smaller and cleaner, brighter conditions will be beckoning through Thursday, the temperatures low again while that bright but weak winter sunshine cheers us up while a lot or two of clean little surf glides through.
And then normal conditions blow through again to end the week, a wet ‘n windy north westerly just to remind us.
But that is a way off yet, in the meantime we can expect some pleasantness in the cold!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!