Today’s southerly change is expected to stall off the Southern NSW coast as a trough, and then reorientate nicely within our swell window.
So, the whole weekend - in particular Saturday - is looking pretty amazing if you’re keen on large east/north-east groundswells.
Thursday is where things start to get interesting.
Nothing of note for the coming period until late next week. Check the South Arm notes instead.
A flat to very slow period until next week when things get a little more spicy.
Nothing major on the cards this week with easing S'ly swell tomorrow and a N/NE windswell later in the weekend.
Nothing major and if you found a small wave today, head there again over the coming days.
Nothing to major but the southerly swells due this period look a touch more promising.
A poor outlook with the swells and fronts coming in too zonal. Try the South Arm Forecaster Notes.
This afternoon's increase in S'ly groundswell energy will ease tomorrow, followed by flukier pulses.