There are some crucial differences in the atmospheric model forecasts that could be make-or-break for a great surf session, or an average one.
Sunday has plenty of potential for some good waves.
In any case, I’d quietly pencil out Tuesday and Wednesday from your diary and consider extending your Easter break to capitalise on what could end up being a very tidy Autumn groundswell for the East Coast.
On the balance I’m not expecting a lot of punch in the swell for the entire weekend, so make sure you dial into a swell magnet for the biggest and best waves.
After Monday’s slight downgrade for the weekend outlook, the good news is that we’ve had a slight upgrade for Saturday over the last few model runs.
It’s not a great week for surfers in southern NSW.
We’ve been spoilt of late, so the weekend looks pretty ordinary for most surfers.
Overnight we’re likely to see this current E/NE swell ease back in size and strength.
Our main focus for the next few days is a distant E/NE swell courtesy of TC Pam, which finally tracked through our far NE swell window over the weekend.
Saturday should have some workable waves.