We’ve got plenty of south swell on the way and winds should be light early morning, creating clean conditions at most beaches.
Fortunately, the models have slightly upgraded the strength of the front as it passes through eastern Bass Strait overnight Thursday. As such the southerly swell forecast for Friday has been increased since Wednesday’s notes.
Ain’t much in store for the short term.
We’re still looking down the barrel (boom, tish) of a poor weekend of waves.
Good news! The models have done a complete about-face with the progged S’ly change for tonight, that they were tipping on Monday.
We’ve got a couple of tricky days ahead in the surf forecasting department.
Looks like an active weekend out of the south.
The models have tightened up the strength of the developing Tasman low on Thursday, and aligned it a little closer to the mainland, which has ever-so-slightly upped the size potential for Friday.
We’ve got some great waves ahead for the next few days.
Sunday is the day for this swell across most coasts, it’ll build steadily through the morning and then plateau into the afternoon.