Surf conditions at 7.55 a.m. on Tuesday 4th January 2014:
The swell is still bouncy around here this morning too, in spite of that direct offshore breeze. But then it is just about high tide and it has been blowing a while, so it will need some time to smooth itself out and regain some of its composure.
Right now it's kind of three to four feet on the inside but with six to maybe eight foot sneaker sets booming on the outside. You have to wait for them but they are there and sending still big surges under the bridge.
The tides are gradually dropping in height but those set wave surges are still pushing in a long way.
So, I'm guessing that it will be four to five to six feet in an hour or two, still with those big occasional sets but quite manageable in a closey-out and hollow kind of way. There should be some some 'stand up and be proud', reeling barrels spilling off the rock but you're probably going to have to earn them!
Under these conditions we would normally expect low tide to bring some epicness but today that wind might have found its second breath. We are in for another massive blast, probably through this afternoon, or maybe this evening.
I'd get on it sooner rather than later, either way.
Hopefully we will have WWW.CONSTANTINESURF.COM back up and flying soon (I should have some separate, exciting news on that soon as well!) but in the meantime I'll try and get the surf check out on social media and seaweed and everywhere else. Just look for constantinesurf and you should find something somewhere!
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