Freshening SW winds this afternoon are related to a weak front crossing the coast. They’ll strengthen overnight and hold through Saturday before veering S/SE on Sunday and starting to ease back a bit.
A thin front traversing the western Bight is generating a small new W’ly swell that’s expected to provide a small flush of surf to the Mid.
Wednesday looks to be the pick of the forecast period down south. The Mid has good options lining up for the weekend.
The coming outlook isn't too flash for either coast so make the most of the waves on the Mid and windows of better winds down South over the coming days.
There's plenty of westerly swell on the way and with workable winds across both regions. Make the most of it before things become slow mid-late next week.
Get stuck into the exposed beaches tomorrow ahead of some new, windy and sizey westerly swell through the middle to end of the week. There'll also be a bout of cold, wet weather.
Good waves on the South Coast over the coming 24 hours before winds deteriorate and some fun W/SW swell fills in as winds favour the Mid Coast.
Onshore, offshore, up, down. That's the gist of the coming period so try and pick the windows.
We'll see a rapid improvement in conditions tomorrow as a high slides in following today's front, with another fun day near the end of the week.
A window of fun waves tomorrow before winds start strengthening Sunday ahead of a cold front Monday and solid, stormy swell.