Surf conditions at 6.45 a.m. on Easter Monday, 21st April 2014:
Ah, it’s a proper wreckers’ morning here in North Cornwall this Easter Monday morning, way more than fifty shades of damp grey out there, all merging into one wet canvas of soggyness.
And, if you can tear yourself away from the webcast from Bell’s Beach for a minute (riveting commentary – not) you might just notice that immaculately shaped two to three foot surf is pumping through all that greyness and spinning across the bay at Constantine!
Yep there are little lines cruising into the bay, beautifully shaped and folding themselves across the shallow bits, spilling off the rocky bits and peeling onto the sandy bits.
The forecasts have been showing a drop in wave size today and it was already pretty small to begin with, so I’m not sure whether this is a little unexpected bonus swell, or an early start to the next swell. I’m guessing that it is a result of that lower then expected low pressure system way out to the south west of Ireland, which would explain the smooth and evenly spaced lines.
Either way, the breeze is light and straight offshore and the waves are shadowing through at a good two to three feet and hollow right now!
I’m guessing that we should make the most of it though, it might not last long, although the weather is already easing up and starting to brighten!
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