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Trev's Daily Report

FRIDAY 29th APRIL 6:35am - 2-4ft

Very messy short period wind/swell on all the beaches this morning with a brisk cross onshore NW wind.

Winds are forecast to stay onshore and fresh with a mixed bag of sunshine and blustery showers and still feeling decidedly chilly for the time of year. 

Will update if and when any changes occur:

TIDES: 7.4m - HIGH: 11am - LOW: 4:55pm - HIGH: 11:30pm:

FIRST LIGHT: 5:25am ~ LAST LIGHT: 9:15pm ~ SEA TEMP: 10C

Daily Pic: Putsborough Tuesday 26th April 7am

Putsborough Tuesday 26th April 7am

Forecast - Saturday 30th April

Small and messy short period wind/swell is the most we can hope for, but at least Mr Sunshine will have his hat on from dawn to dusk.

The Trev toes Tip – Still worth checking Saunton out for some shelter on the late morning/early afternoon mid to high tide range.

Low: 05:41  2.7mHigh: 12:10  7.1mLow: 18:11  2.9m
  • 1-2ft
  • Waist / Shoulder High!
  • NW wind direction
  • 15mph
  • 9c
  • 6s

Forecast - Sunday 1st May

If the forecast holds true we will be on for some howling cross onshore WSW winds for Sunday and Monday, so one can presume there will be some building messy swell, but once again the swell period will still be in single figures, so the quality of the waves won’t be up to much.

The Trev toes Tip – Putsborough could come into play for some shelter on the mid to high tide range.

Low: 07:09  2.7mHigh: 13:32  7.1mLow: 19:47  2.8m
  • 4-5ft
  • Overhead!
  • SW wind direction
  • 18+mph
  • 10c
  • 5s

Forecast - Monday 2nd May

No real change in the conditions for Monday, staying messy with fresh onshore westerly winds, so seeking shelter will a hard find.

The Trev toes Tip – Maybe Putsborough on the mid to high tide range for a chance of a slightly sheltered wave.

Low: 08:31  2.41mHigh: 14:53  7.48mLow: 21:07  2.38m
  • 4-5ft
  • Overhead!
  • W wind direction
  • 25mph
  • 10c
  • 7s