At 7.45 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  2 feet

A beautiful sunrise has launched us into another fine morning, a light breeze drifting in from the North as that grey sky shifts to something more silver blue.
The surf is tiny, a couple of feet at best but there’s the odd peak that should be worth gliding across later on. That breeze is a wee bit chilly though!    


Harlyn (0*):  0 to 1 foot

That light Northerly breeze is just strong enough to add a little chop to the tiny, shin high surf beneath a mackerel sunrise sky at Harlyn this morning, the empty bay ringing to the sound of wading birds shrieking and squawking in search of their breakfast.
It is fabulous here this morning but there’s no surf!   


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  12:07  (1.5m)              High Tide:  17:58  (7.0m)



Forecast for Wednesday 2nd December 2020  

A chilly nor’ westerly wind will slop and chop the already small surf all day today.
We might enjoy a sloppy little peak or two ahead of the evening high tide but it’s unlikely to be that great!   


Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

That settled wintery weather of last week is soon to be replaced by more onshore and mixed weather over the next few days.
Temperatures are likely to drop as a north westerly wind settles itself in for the rest of this coming week, that breeze expected to just lightly mush up the small surf at the beginning of the week, maybe allowing a few hours of cleaner conditions through Tuesday, with a three to four foot swell expected to eventually roll our way for the rest of the week.
We will probably enjoy a day or so of fun and offshore conditions at Harlyn as we go into the back half of this week but it won’t be long until that wind slips back to the north west and chops out the surf all along the coast again.
There should be waves all week long and we should be able to have the odd enjoyable session in amongst it all while the end of the week could show some bigger swells bouncing our way but whether they will be big enough to justify a post-lockdown jaunt or two to the far coast in search of cleaner conditions, well maybe not.
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!