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THURS 23rd MAY 12.55pm :UPDATE: 1-3ft
It’s well messy, but doable if your up for it with a brisk cross onshore north westerly wind.
Will update if and when any changes occur:
TIDES: 8.8m ~ HIGH: 4.55am – LOW: 11.10am – HIGH: 5.25pm
FIRST LIGHT 4.45am ~ LAST LIGHT 9.50pm ~ SEA TEMP 10C
Forecast: Friday 24th May, 2013
And so it continues for another day with another batch of fresh cross shore northerly winds which at the end of the day, is better than nothing.
The Trev toes Tip – Once again, Saunton should come good for some shelter from mid to high tide.
High: 05:49 9.0m
Low: 11:54 1.0m
High: 18:16 9.2m
2-3ftWaist / Shoulder High!Northerly 20mphLight Cloud11c
Forecast: Saturday 25th May, 2013
The winds are forecast to drop right off for the weekend, but alas, still no groundswell showing, however with a full moon and big tides, perhaps we will see some clean knee high wonderwalls on the pushing surges.
The Trev toes Tip – With just light onshore sea breezes it will be clean and calm, so the lunchtime low tide banks and big afternoon push will be worth checking out for the best of what’s on offer.
High: 06:39 9.3m
Low: 12:42 0.7m
High: 19:04 9.5m
1ftKnee High!Westerly 5mphLight Cloud12c
Forecast: Sunday 26th May, 2013
Much the same for Sunday, staying settled with light onshore breezes and all being well some more knee high specials creeping through on the big pushing tides.
The Trev toes Tip – A mega early morning dawny to catch the last of mid to high tide push or checkout lunchtime on the low tide banks and big afternoon surge.
High: 07:27 9.5m
Low: 13:31 0.6m
High: 19:51 9.7m
1ftKnee High!South Westerly 7mphLight Cloud13c