• Forecast: Thursday 17th April, 2014

  • So the word is we are in for a flat spell with that high pressure well and truly in charge, we will have to wait and see, but it will take something extreme for any groundswell to arrive for the next 2 or 3 days.

    The Trev toes Tip – Don’t forget there’s still much to do when it gets like this, from kayaking, stand up paddling, fishing, coastal walks and skinny dipping, the list is endless.

    High: 08:05  9.2m

    Low: 14:02  0.9m

    High: 20:24  9.3m

  • 0-1ft
    Knee High!
    Rated One
  • Forecast: Friday 18th April, 2014

  • Same again for Friday and Saturday, however it does now look like the weather will start breaking down for the second half of the Easter weekend, with a chance of some messy wind swell pushing through on Sunday afternoon into Monday.

    The Trev toes Tip – we will have to wait and see what occurs and will be updating as and when.

    High: 08:42  9.1m

    Low: 14:37  1.0m

    High: 21:02  9.1m

  • 0-1ft
    Knee High!
    North Easterly
    Light Cloud
    Rated One
  • Forecast: Saturday 19th April, 2014

  • High: 09:21  8.9m

    High:   m

    Low: 15:15  1.3m

    High: 21:42  8.8m

  • 0-1ft
    Knee High!
    Light Cloud
    Rated One

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