At 7.10 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  2 to 3 feet  



Don’t be lulled by the bright and cheery dawn this morning, you’ll need yer galoshes soon enough as this mild but always damp sou’ westerly wind whirls itself into our bays later this morning.
Right now though the lightshow is magnificent with towering cloud banks lit up by a fiery sunrise all reflected in the dark, autumnal looking sea.
Three foot waves and bigger are bouncing onto the rising tide banks, the onshore breeze bumping those waves, the highish tide fattening them.
But as those swells build quicker than the UK mortgage rate, we will all be scurrying around to Harlyn soon enough to ride what those storms push in!  



Harlyn (2*):  1 to 2 feet  



Harlyn is pretty relaxed this morning, the sou’ westerly breeze brushing lightly against the foot or two of gentle waves as they cruise into the bay.
If longboard cruising is your thing then get on it quick because those waves are going to build in size and that wind is going to strengthen a lot – and soon!  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:06  (1.3m)              High Tide:  21:02  (7.0m)




Surf Forecast for Saturday 1st October 2022  


Westerly winds will be howling onto our coast today, pushing large and lumpy, out of control surf our way.
Harlyn is going to be our best option locally but that wind might be too westerly to allow it to be as clean as we would like. It should still be fun there though with big and lumping, chunky waves dumping themselves ashore, the low tide threatening some board snapping fun and frolics!  



Surf Conditions for the Weekend  


We’re in for a wild and woolly weekend this weekend with strong westerly winds sweeping into our bays while pushing some big and lumpy waves our way.
That wind could end up being a little frustrating on Saturday by blowing hard all day long, pushing across the big and dumping waves at Harlyn to make them more sloppy and unpredictable. But that all adds to the fun of an autumn Harlyn weekend surf doesn’t it!
Sunday morning should see much sharper and cleaner conditions at Harlyn, the wind having backed just a little to the south, still blowing hard but straight offshore at Harlyn through the morning.
We should see three to four feet and maybe bigger of booming surf exploding into Harlyn on the rising tide. But, again, get oil it quick, that wind will soon revert to the north west, straight onshore once again!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!