Scarborough and Cayton Bay Surf Forecast

Words by Secret Spot

on 25/07/2019 12:44:00

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.SS-LastRow-Ad-1Left-img_thumb

Forecast   Date                         Wave Conditions Swell Direction Swell Size Wind Direction Wind Speed High Tide        Tide Height

Wednesday 2nd October

Solid swell is forecasted today in the 6 feet + range . Massive tides are also hammering the coast so beware around full high water !!! Spots with a more southerly facing aspects will offer the best conditions today. Find them and surf them if you can.

NW 6 feet NW 14-20 mph 19:50 6.2 m

Thursday 3rd October

The surf looks very good indeed today with 4-6 feet of clean lined up offshore surf . The conditions look to hold all day long at this moment in time folks.

NW 4-6  feet SW 4 - 16 mph 20:30 5.9 m

Friday 4th October

Looking to be a clean lined up day of surf in the 3 feet range today. Again its looking like a quality day at the time of this forecast . Lets hope it stays the same

NW 3  feet SW 10 – 14 mph 21:20 5.5 m

Saturday 5th October


Most forecast charts point to a strong easterly flow through Friday night through into Saturday. Providing us with a fresh pulse of easterly swell. Direct North facing bays and corners are likely to offer the better conditions today. Scarborough Surf festival is also on today at the towns North bay with lots going on for kids and adults alike, with live free entertainment in the evening for all the community.

NW 3 feet ESE 12 - 16 mph 22:16 5.0 m

Sunday 6th October

A continued run of ESE swell with likely conditions in the 2-3 feet range. All in all a good and varied outlook on this week with the bigger stuff early and the cleaner conditions later . Have fun and hopefully see you for a catch up and a beer at the Tee pee tent Saturday evening !!!

NW 2 feet + SSE 10 - 12 mph 23:28 4.8 m