The surf’s looking really good for Sunday. But before we get there, we’ve got to endure a bumpy, leftover mess on Saturday.
We've got a tricky finish to the week.
The fetch responsible for today’s NE swell is weakening across the western Tasman Sea, so we’re looking at easing NE swells through Tuesday.
The charts are looking even more complex for the weekend.
Really, there’s very little change for the rest of the working week.
We’re looking at a persistent pattern of NE windswell and funky winds right up until the weekend, all thanks to a broad, slow moving trough across the region.
A few slight changes to the weekend forecast, but the overall trend remains the same: Saturday morning is still the pick.
The next few days are still very tricky to pin down and/or have confidence in the surf outlook.
Wednesday morning looks OK, although Tuesday night’s flush of small south swell is expected to be a brief event and will taper of during the day.
NW winds ahead of the change, plus a small peaky NE swell - could provide some fun small waves at exposed NE facing beaches on Tuesday morning.