Surf conditions at 7.50 a.m. on Sunday 5th January 2014:
It's rocking and a-rolling and a-reeling around here this morning!
Those set waves are still surging beneath the bridge, flotsam, jetsam and debris washing about, the sand and slate being moved by the tonne.
Yep, there's still some power in those waves!
Right now it's about four to five to six feet with way bigger sets pitching their way across from the Rock.
The wind is relatively light and direct offshore and so those waves are looking as pretty as a picture.
As the tide drops it is likely that it will all become a little snappier, a bit zappier, speed thrills for all!
And then as the tide bounces off low, it should all start to build again, with that widespread storm aiming our way.
So, a great Sunday of surf at Harlyn is expected today! Take it easy out there but have a great time too!
And check out those images of the surf over the last few days (below on our site), how great has it been!
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