SURF REPORT FOR FANORE, CO. CLARE
Thursday 13th of June: The surf today is about 1 foot with a cross shore. cold northerly wind. Next lesson is today at 1pm. It looks like it might be similar or maybe smaller for tomorrow. Light winds for tomorrow will give us good paddleboarding conditions. For the weekend, we will have generally small, messy windswell, decent for lessons and beginners. Saturday might be in the knee to waist high region with a moderate onshore wind. Wind and swell will increase for Sunday. Moderate to strong onshore and surf maybe in the chest high region.
Weather wise, for tomorrow, it’s dry, cool and bright to start, but with sunny spells, as early morning mist clears. Further bright or sunny spells at times, with just a few light showers, but a band of heavy showers will spread from the south in the afternoon. Over the weekend, with an area of low pressure over or very close to Ireland, we will have sunny spells and showers on Saturday and Sunday. A few heavy showers in places during Saturday afternoon, but most should be light and fairly well scattered, with some decent amounts of sunshine at times too. Showers are likely to become heavy and widespread as the day progresses on Sunday and during Sunday afternoon and evening, some prolonged and locally thundery downpours are likely. Temperatures still well below normal for mid-June, both days, ranging 12 to 16 C.
We’ll update here or on FB over the weekend.
Have a great weekend folks
We’re open every day for lessons and rentals
We are available daily for surf lessons or rentals. Email/Call/Text/Whatsapp in advance if interested.
For rentals, we are not at the beach all day, every day. So please get in touch to check suitable conditions and times. As a rule, always best to check with us the day before or before travelling to check conditions and tide times are suitable.
Weekend Tide Times:
Saturday 15th of June:
High: 16.48 (4.8m)
Low: 10.25 (1.0m)
Sunday 16th of June:
High: 17.29 (4.9m)
Low: 11.07 (0.9m)
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