Overall, there’s no major change to the weekend outlook, with easing swell from today expected to merge with two small new swells from distant sources.
Building swells today will peak overnight and then gradually ease through Thursday, though trailing SW winds behind the front will maintain poor conditions down south.
We’ve got two new swells for the weekend, in addition to the existing, easing swell from Friday.
As for surf, the overarching trend is for several overlapping pulses to provide plenty of waves across both coasts, though it'll be a slow start down south owing to the dominant westerly direction.
There’s been a slight improvement in the weekend outlook - for Victor, anyway - with the models strengthening a series of fronts through the Bight. The Mid's looking great too!
The swell charts look active for the weekend and the dominant westerly swell direction will continue to favour the Mid Coast for surf potential.
The main features for the weekend are a rapidly easing swell and a steadily abating wind that'll tend westerly on Saturday before becoming light and variable on Sunday.
Onshore winds will strengthen into the end of the week along with a large, stormy swell down South. Improving conditions are due into the weekend.
The Mid Coast will offer plenty of swell but average winds, while the South Coast looks best until Thursday.
Make the most of the waves in the gulf today as the swell will fade as conditions improve for the South Coast on the weekend. There's a ton of west swell due next week.