Surf Report

Scarborough and Cayton Bay Surf Forecast  (Last updated: Thurday 16th Nov )

Surf forecast looking good with solid overhead waves for the weekend at this moment in time folks.

Forecast Date Wave Conditions Swell Direction Swell Size Wind Direction Wind Speed High Tide AM High Tide PM
Thursday 16th Nov

Flat the whole day today but its looking like we have some solid overhead waves on the way folks. 

NW Flat WNW 10 - 16 mph 2.38 5.4m 2.50 5.4m
Friday 17th Nov

Many wave models have 2 -3 feet of surf predicted but to me the swell looks a little too west so likely to be around 1-2 feet max. If the low redirects a few degrees to a more North direction we coud see surf arriving later in the day. But at this present time its looking like tomorrow. Check the cams for an early possible suprise.

NW 1-2 feet later W 15 -20 mph 3.05 5.6m 3.29 5.5m
Sat 18th November

3 feet + at dawn increasingly rapidly throughout the day. Could well be solid and overhead as the light fades . Allthough smaller first light the winds are forecasted offshore till mid morning . Winds may be slightly awkward later but hey thats whats gonna make tomorrow pump !

N 3 feet increasing quickly WNW 16 - 24 mph 3.43 5.6m 4.02 5.5m
Sunday 19th Nov

Large swell forecasted today, with many long range wave models giving 2 - 3 metre predictions. Certainly a substantial low pressure system ideally positioned to give us some serious juice today. Winds moderate NW but the size of the waves will awaken many spots if you know where to look.

NW 6 - 8 feet + NW 16 - 22mph 4.19 5.6m 4.36 5.6m
Monday 20th November

Today looks to be the class day of surf throughout the swell . Perfect offshores are forecasted with 3-4 feet + of solid surf the whole day. Could be classic East coast if the conditions align, and at this moment in time its pointing to exactly that !!!

NW 3 - 4 feet + SW 10 - 18 mph 4.55 5.5m 5.07 5.5m


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.