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Scarborough and Cayton Bay Surf Forecast  (Last updated: October 19th )

Again more swell from an ENE direction all the way through the weekend and into next week . Saturday and Sunday looks to be the pick of the bunch at the moment folks. 

Forecast Date Wave Conditions Swell Direction Swell Size Wind Direction Wind Speed High Tide AM High Tide PM
Wednesday 19th Oct

Currently about 3 feet and choppy . Likely to build through the day

ENE 3 feet choppy ENE 15 - 20 mph 6.48 6.2m 7.15 6.0m
Thursday 20th Oct

Around 3- 4 feet,  winds NE so more southern facing exposures will have cleaner if not smaller waves

ENE 3 - 4 feet NE 12-16 mph 7.37 6.0m 8.05 5.7m
Friday 21st Oct

Similar to yesterday with around 3 feet of surf . Again winds NNE - NE in directions so the cleaner stuff will likely to be out of the wind. The good news is the extra big tides have been and gone so better tides for surfing the next coming days.

ENE 3 feet NE 12-18 mph 8.30 5.6m 8.59 5.4m
Saturday 22cnd Oct

Today and tomorrow look like providing bigger more powerfull surf. This extra size could well be a welcome suprise to south bay and other southern locations as it wraps in . Have a look round for best conditions with the mid tides up probably delivering the better conditions.

E 4 -5 feet NE 12-18 mph 9.31 5.2m 10.00 5.0m
Sunday 23rd Oct

similar to yesterday with 4 - 5 feet of surf and the same wind patterns. Wind has a chance of dropping later in the afternoon folks so maybe stick around you myt score.

ESE 4 - 5 feet NE 10 - 20mph 10.44 4.9m 11.16 4.8m
Mon 24th Oct

Around 2-3 feet today but with much calmer winds and possibly swinging southerly later. Some longer range surf forecasts have large surf forecast today and Tuesday but realistically its just too early to tell !

E 2 - 3 feet SSE 8-10 mph 11.42 4.8m 12.05 4.7m
All times are GMT except Mar 27 - Oct 29 which are British Summer Time
This Surf Forecast is for the Scarborough area covering North Bay, South Bay and Cayton Bay and is based entirely on our knowledge of the local area.