With today’s south swell on the way out, we have to look towards fresh sources of new energy for the coming days. The outlook isn’t great, but there are some possibilities on the cards.
The weekend looks very ordinary for surfers.
Thursday looks tiny across most stretches, if not completely flat.
Looks like a relatively quiet week of surf across Southern NSW. However, we have a few small sources on the charts so it’s not going to go completely flat.
On Sunday morning, a new S/SE groundswell will push through the region.
Thursday looks bloody terrible for surfers in southern NSW, and Friday doesn’t look much better either.
We’ve got a very dynamic period ahead, with lots of surf and wind for the entire forecast period.
Today’s strong southerly swell will ease rapidly overnight, and conditions should be clean for the early session with light offshore winds.
Not shortage of S'ly swell to come with good offshore breezes.
The rest of the week is quite complex, with a series of back-to-back frontal systems expected to generate varying degrees of south swell.