Long range, inconsistent E Swell, then back to back S swells.
A summery weekend before you'll need to become patient with a long period E swell, then some S swells for later in the week.
Weak E trade swell allows smaller wave options before things get a bit more active next week.
One last pulse from that low and then a relatively quiet end to the week.
A solid weekend of waves with better conditions on the cards. Next week we'll see a return to your more typical summer conditions.
Chunky SE swell turning E and then a low mixing it all up for a dynamic week of waves.
Plenty of swell, but winds will be mostly onshore and options limited to southern corners.
While all of this is going on, a weak tropical low near Fiji this weekend will have travelled south, before developing into an impressive multi-centred low pressure system off the West Coast of New Zealand’s North Island by Monday.
Some modeling suggests this low will merge with the aforementioned broad troughy feature across the western Tasman Sea, forming a large, multi-centered low pressure system across the greater Tasman through the middle of next week.
You know what? Take the next three days off. It ain’t really worth it. Especially given the incredible couple of weeks we’ve had. But.. there are waves ahead.