Multiple pulses of E/NE swell maintaining good size this week, only a slow easing trend. Offshore breezes likely to persist.
I encourage you to cycle through the South Pacific WAMS, and take note of the size and strength of the New Zealand high pressure system, because it’s the primary driving force behind this upcoming swell event.
Large NE swell building on the weekend, peaking and cleaning up early next week.
Small pulses of S'ly swell during the week, with a strong increase in NE swell late on the weekend.
The fetch responsible for today’s building S’ly swell is quite incredible.
The run of persistent offshore breezes will continue throughout the week and weekend, with an easing southerly swell.
The S'ly swell window looks to provide good energy, with a generally offshore wind pattern as fronts move to the south.
There’s a couple of components to the southerly swell unfolding across the East Coast.
Finally breaking the zonal pattern with better S'ly pulses due Friday into Saturday and Tuesday into Wednesday.
We are in for a decent S'ly swell late week, with winds remaining light and favourable each morning.