Cronulla
Updated: 2018-05-22 15:17:00 Surf: bumpy 2ft S Winds: Moderate S Weather: fine and sunny Rating: 3/10

Afternoon report: The swell has eased further leaving small full 2ft waves on the coast with a weak southerly wind. Give it a miss.

2018-05-22 07:01:00: clean 2-3ft S, Moderate W, mostly sunny 5/10

Very similar waves and surfing conditions as yesterday with moderate westerlies keeping things in order. 2ft on the south ends and 3ft from the north end of the Wall to Greenhills. Plenty of options to choose from and the set waves are fairly consistent. There could be a little pulse later in the afternoon so watch for that as the winds, when they turn, have remained light, so a late surf is on the cards too.

2018-05-22 06:11:00: clean 3ft S, Moderate NW, fine 6/10

Dawn report: Good waves on the coast againt this morning with an offshore wind and surf to 3ft across the beaches. Dropping tide with low at 8:30am. Check back for the updated photo report around 8am

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Nearest Observed Surf Reports:
Nearest Surfcams:
Cronulla Point
7.12298467691027
Shark Island
7.12298467691027
Cronulla Beaches
7.20821918577671
Maroubra
14.83716042439773
Bondi
21.71841484081112
Manly
32.85915266492886
Thirroul
37.49888243152794
Narrabeen
45.47099216299444
Wollongong
47.99762662703143
Avoca Beach
71.047188003393913
Newcastle
73.24826716509638

2ft (Waist-Shoulder High) reaching 3-4ft at south facing beaches
A
W 15kt
1.5 m @ 11s S (191°)
0.2 m @ 9.8s E (82°)
Mostly sunny
Mostly sunny
First light: 6:18am Sunrise:6:45am Sunset:4:59pm Last light:5:25pm
21
Current: 21.6 (4:30pm) Min: 11°C - Max: 22°C

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