Swell wise, there’ll still be some leftover E/NE swell in the mix on Tuesday but for the most part it’ll be a combination of easing S’ly windswell and strong, but moderate SE groundswell.
OK waves early Saturday, but Sunday afternoon and Monday morning look to be the pick of the period.
Favourable winds and easing swells over the coming days with a building and improving NE windswell Sunday as winds swing offshore late.
Plenty of S'ly swell this week, but the best conditions will be limited to semi-protected spots rather than open stretches.
The strong new south swell, whose leading edge is due late this afternoon, is playing funny buggers with us.
This afternoon’s strong south swell is expected to peak overnight, and ease slowly through Thursday. Friday is a complex day for surf.
Pulsey south swell is the dominant theme of the week.
The models have slightly wound back the strength of the front pushing through in the lower Tasman tonight, so as a result the weekend surf forecast has correspondingly been pulled back a touch.
Look at the current conditions this way: at least when it’s flat, it can’t get any smaller.
It’s not a good week to be refining your rail technique, big wave prowess or length-in-the-barrel skillz.