At 6.50 a.m:
Constantine (0*): 10 to 15 feet
A storm force sou’ wester is booming into the bay this morning, blowing in spray from the mountainous seas that are exploding across the Quies and blasting the headland.
The surf is huge and out of control, the wind screeching while the rain showers sting but it is also quite nice in the in-between bits!
Harlyn (0*): 8 to 10 feet
The ocean is angry this morning with massive waves shaking the bay as they erupt over the headland.
Hilly is revving up for a paddle-out but other than surviving those out of control, mountains of sea there’s not really that much to appeal.
Unless you’re fully prepared, both mentally and physically today is probably best left alone!
Those massively sheltered spots are the places to check but take it easy, it really is huge out there!
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 10:44 (1.3m) High Tide: 16:35 (6.7m)
Forecast for Friday 12th March 2021
More hard blowing west sou’ westerly winds will continue to blow wild and out of control, huge surf our way.
It’s all best avoided unless you have the skills, energy and fitness levels required to ride mountains.
Conditions for the Weekend
Hard blowing winds will continue to push huge surf all the way along our coasts this weekend, that wind backing gradually to the north east and so feeling that much colder too.
With massive and out of control surf ravaging our already storm battered bays and coves, there will be few places that can cope with the power and brute force of these swells, especially in these onshore gales.
One or two south coast spots might be sheltered enough to shine but don’t forget that Covid travel restrictions still apply!
The only places that might have any waves at all worth riding will be those super sheltered, rarely breaking surf spots that only break occasionally.
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!