Sunday’s approaching cold front is expected to track a little faster across our region than previously modeled, and this has squeezed the potential window of good waves on Monday morning.
The second half of this week looks pretty lacklustre.
So, the currently oversized S/SE swell should persist into Tuesday morning before easing slowly throughout the day.
Despite the current easing trend in NE windswell, the fetch off the coast is expected to remain at strength overnight and into Saturday morning.
Let’s hope the models don’t move around too much on this event as it’s one of the best looking synoptic charts we’ve had in many months.
Today’s westerly change has no redeeming features of than its influence on surface conditions.
Not much more than an easing trend expected this weekend.
Friday looks much better with a high pressure system moving across the region, allowing light variable winds to envelop the coastal margin.
We’ve got a steady succession of south swells for the entire forecast period.
Sunday’s strengthening northerlies will be associated with a massive slow moving, multi-centered, gyre-scale Southern Ocean low pressure system.