At 7.05 a.m:   

Constantine (1*):  6 to 8 feet  



Some big lumps of waves are being tumbled and tossed by hard blowing southerly winds again this morning with eight feet and bigger of peaking and wedging, heavy looking surf bouncing around the bays while heavy downpours scour the dunes.
The wind should ease and the squalls should back off while the sun breaks out quite soon but inevitably that wind will switch onshore immediately. Onshore here anyway but hopefully still offshore over the other side of the headland!
So let’s go check out Harlyn………


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Harlyn (4*):  4 to 5 feet  



Oooh, Harlyn!
Just when you write it off as a home to beachwide and dumping close-outs only, cavernous peaks start showing and peeling walls zip across the sand.
Four feet plus of strong offshore-wind hollowed, express train rights and lefts are crunching hard onto that very high low tide sand. In theory it should only improve as the tide gradually pushes in and that swell builds in size.
It’s going to be a board snapper of a day but totally fast and furious and hollow too!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  17:20  (3.0m)              High Tide:  10:57  (5.2m)




Surf Forecast for Saturday 12th March 2022  

The wind is promising to strengthen again today, blowing hard through the afternoon and into the evening.
With a solid eight feet plus of solid groundswell being thrown around by that strengthening wind we are not going to run short of waves anytime soon. Imagine if we had successfully managed to harness all that energy!? Well, I suppose that, as surfers, we have!
Anyway, It’s going to be a proper Harlyn day today with wind and showers and thumping waves!



Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

Another wild and windy, wave battered weekend is promising to keep us fully occupied once again this weekend, heavy downpours attracting the changing robe crew out in big numbers.
Already strong westerly, going southerly winds are going to strengthen through Saturday afternoon, pushing and pulling at eight feet plus of thick and heavy, wintery swells.
The wind will continue to blow fresh and hard all through Saturday night easing more south westerly through Sunday.
So Harlyn is going to be the surfer’s choice locally again this weekend with four to six feet and bigger of booming barrels exploding onto that hard sand. Low tide will present those crunchy close-outs that we have all come to know and love while high tide might just be a tad less intense. Although the tide probably won’t drop low enough to fire up those usually better parts of the breaks on the beach.
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!