North Devon Blog
Forecast: Friday 6th March, 2015
Same again for Friday, with those winds staying in a south westerly direction and setting the trend for the weekend, however, the swell is set to increase in size, with a new low pressure tracking our way across the Atlantic, bringing a fresh groundswell to boot.
The Trev toes Tip – Once again, shelter will be an option for a cleaner and more manageable wave.
High: 06:26 8.9m
Low: 12:23 1.1m
High: 18:44 8.9m
4-5ftOverhead!South Westerly 15mphLight Cloud9c
Forecast: Saturday 7th March, 2015
More south westerly winds for Saturday, with plenty of long range swell pushing through, so perhaps a tad bumpy and messy, but there to be had for the taking.
The Trev toes Tip – If the winds do mess things up a bit, the Puts will be on for some shelter.
High: 06:56 9.0m
Low: 12:52 1.0m
High: 19:13 9.0m
5-6ftDouble Overhead!South Westerly 12+mphLight Cloud12c
Forecast: Sunday 8th March, 2015
If you been tracking that low pressure heading our way, then you will already know that there is a slight question mark at to the eventual strength and actual direction of the winds, but they will be in a southerly direction of sorts, and Sunday is shaping up to be a good day either way.
The Trev toes Tip – Will be updating this as and when over the next 24hrs.
High: 07:25 9.0m
Low: 13:21 1.1m
High: 19:42 8.9m
5-6ftDouble Overhead!Southerly 10mphLight Cloud14c