Surf Report for Tuesday 20th February 2018

At 7.30 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  4 to 6 feet   

 

There is a bit of a chilly northerly wind blustering down the coastline this morning but other than that the sky is brightening rapidly while those big dollops of cloud are gradually wandering away.
It is promising to be a very pleasant, bright and cheerful day!
A lot of surf is pushing into the bay, wrestling its way across that side blowing wind, some of the peaks standing tall before unfurling across the bay, others just dumping their weight right where they are.
The forecast is showing the wind to nudge further eastward, gradually easing more offshore, while the strength of those gusts start to calm a little too.
The surf and the weather are likely to improve a whole lot, slowly but steadily and from right about now!  

 

 

Harlyn (0*):  2 to 4 feet  

 

A fresh northerly wind is buffeting the two to three feet of waves as they tumble and bounce into Harlyn this morning, occasional sets of much bigger waves having the strength to keep some shape through those onshores.
The wind is forecast to slowly ease more to the east through midday but I can’t see it being too kind to the surf here, nor for a wee while yet.
Eventually we will be enjoying offshores and it will all improve here but not just yet!  

 

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:27  (1.2m)              High Tide:  08:03  (7.1m)

 

surfforecast

Surf Forecast for Wednesday 21st February 2018  

Three to four fete of clean and well spaced swell lines should be peeling into our bays and coves all day long today, groomed and shaped by light offshore breezes under clear and bright skies!
Let’s go surfing!   

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!