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.
Friday looks pretty fun at this stage.
And the good news is that we’re expecting a slew of fronts to push through the southern Tasman Sea over the next few days, which will maintain varying degrees of south swell from Tuesday thru' Thursday morning.
Just a small mix of swells this weekend.
We’ll see a reasonably strong day of south swell on Thursday, thanks to a secondary pulse pushing through tonight.