At 6.45 a.m:
Constantine (3*): 3 to 4 feet
Those early morning cloud bundles are quickly being sent tumbling away by a steady south westerly wind this morning, three to four feet of lazy surf being made wishy washy by that same onshore wind.
But there’s not the mighty blow that was being forecast earlier in the week and so we could probably enjoy a lumpy and bumpy but maybe quite fun little surf just ahead of high tide.
Or it might be worth the trek across the headland if you don’t mind something smaller?
Harlyn (3*): 2 to 3 feet
Harlyn is doing its peaceful thing again this morning, the deserted early morning silence being accompanied only by some easygoing birdsong mixed with the swoosh of breaking waves.
That hesitant little two to three feet of surf is not in a rush to break on the hard sand of a dropping tide but there are waves to ride if you have some patience.
Today’s Tide Times:
Low Tide: 09:16 (2.0m) High Tide: 15:11 (6.0m)
Forecast for Friday 26th March 2021
Fresh onshore winds are going to crumble and slop an expected four to five feet and bigger of already bouncy surf.
The weather should remain mainly bright and breezy but be ready for those marauding showers, some of them could be heavy!
Conditions for the Weekend
Some big and chunky swells are expected to roll our way throughout this weekend with fresh south westerly winds strengthening and gusting hard as we go along, making Harlyn the place to be locally for waves!
The wind will be blowing straight offshore at Harlyn all weekend long, holding the six foot plus swells steep and tall as energy packed waves power into the bays.
With the tides stretching out to seven metres plus we should see those pushing tides adding a good few feet onto the size of the already building swell.
So we should be enjoying some crunchy, board snapping and fun conditions at everybody’s favourite winter wave riding spot this weekend!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!