So the winds look to be fresh to strong and directly onshore for the weekend, which means plenty of swell, but it stands to be big and very messy and possibly blown-out for the duration.
The Trev toes Tip – It goes without saying, that if the forecast pans out true, then extreme caution and extra care needs to be taken before even thinking about entering the water.Low: 05:30 3.1mHigh: 12:04 6.8mHigh: 18:08 3.1m
Big and messy for Sunday then, with fresh to strong onshore westerly winds, and the chances of seeking any shelter looking decidedly slim right now.
The Trev toes Tip – Will probably be off the scale and completely blown-out. Further updates will follow as and when.Low: 08:07 3.2mHigh: 14:35 6.7mLow: 20:42 3:2m
The winds are set to stay fresh and onshore as we move into next week, so the quality of the wave won’t be up to much, but there will be no shortage of swell, which has got to be better than being flat.
The Trev toes Tip – If those winds do swing cross onshore south westerly, then there’s a good chance of some shelter down at Puts on the afternoon mid to high tide range.Low: 09:33 2.9mHigh: 15:54 7.1mLow: 21:56 2.8m