Surf conditions at 7.20 a.m. on Wednesday 16th October 2013:
That's a surprise, it's blowing a bit of a hooley out there this morning but it's still offshore! That won't last long though.
And to be honest it is a bit too strong offshore right now, making that solid looking swell a bit fat and a bit lazy.
There are four to five feet sets banging into the bay, the Slab looking majestic when those sets do roll in but there are gaps and some of those waves are just flatly rolling around and sectioning while others are standing tall and pitching.
If you can get the right ones then you'll have the best of days but you're going to have to be picky!
And yes, it's a bit overcast and chilly and more than a few shades of grey out there this morning but that should sort itself out soon enough!
After saying all that, the wind is more than likely going to switch onshore within a couple of hours and that will make the bay a bit of a paddle training center. The weather will brighten but the surf is likely to increase in size while the shape deteriorates.
So, that'll be Harlyn for this afternoon then!
The Rip Curl Pro is up and running down in Peniche, Portugal with some hefty peaks slapping that sand. Follow the action at live.ripcurl.com/portugal-live-webcast.html
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