A severe low will form off the Western Australian coast and drift into our swell window Monday, generating a sizey westerly groundswell.
Slowly improving conditions but with easing surf in size and energy, bottoming out once cleanest.
The poor run of swell and local winds looks to continue this week. Conditions will become better from the weekend but with no decent sized surf.
The coming outlook is tricky regarding finding a decent wave with size. Keep your expectations low.
Nothing to recommend over the coming days until Sunday and more so Monday.
A slow moving trough with two embedded lows will move in from the west along with no decent swell. There's a bit more action into the weekend but with less than ideal winds.
There's no improvement to the current outlook with tiny swells and generally favourable winds.
There's not much to get excited about this period, no matter how you polish it.
Our good, new W/SW-SW groundswell due today has hit the offshore wave buoys and is on the build.
The incoming swell looks to be initially a little more west in nature which is a plus.