The Magic Seaweed website predicts massive waves in Bude tomorrow, in the region of 12-18ft.
Bude and Widemouth Bay are being predicted huge waves up to 18 foot between 6 and 9am. It all begins to calm down on Sunday. It will be windy, too, though.
Be careful out there – don’t take unnecessary risks and please keep dogs on leads!
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