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TUES 3rd MARCH 1pm UPDATE ~ 3-5ft
Looking decidedly ultra messy now on all the beaches with fresh to strong onshore westerly winds.
Will update if and when any changes occur:
TIDES: 8.3m ~ LOW: 10:50am ~ HIGH: 5pm:
FIRST LIGHT: 6:45am ~ LAST LIGHT: 6:35pm ~ SEA TEMP: 8C
Forecast: Wednesday 4th March, 2015
Wednesday onwards is looking potentially a tad more settled right now on the wind front, with a hint of high pressure pushing up from the south and calmer conditions all round.
The Trev toes Tip – If it’s still too messy in those north westerly winds, then Saunton should be the go for some shelter on the mid to high tide range.
High: 05:21 8.5m
Low: 11:21 1.5m
High: 17:41 8.6m
4-5ftOverhead!North Westerly 15+mphSunny7c
Forecast: Thursday 5th March, 2015
So the winds are forecast to swing back to a cross onshore south westerly for Thursday, which means it could be a tad bumpy, but there should be some fun cleanish sets on offer none the less.
The Trev toes Tip – Puts should be on for some shelter on the mid to high tide range for the best of it.
High: 05:55 8.8m
Low: 11:53 1.2m
High: 18:13 8.8m
2-3ftWaist / Shoulder High!South Westerly 12+mphLight Cloud8c
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
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