Although it’s unfortunate that the low has been downgraded in size potential, there is some good news: it’s expected to linger a little longer in our remote south swell window, and should generate some useful S’ly swell for a few days early next week. More in the Forecaster Notes.
Small residual S’ly swells will persist for the next few days though no major size is expected. There is some promise over the coming days though, from the north and south. More in the Forecaster Notes.
We’ve got small, flukey swells for the next few days. More in the Forecaster Notes.
It’s not a great surf period ahead for the east coast of Tasmania. But, we do have one swell inbound for the next few days. More in the Forecaster Notes.
A strong E'ly tending E/SE fetch will develop off the west coast of the North Island today, holding into tomorrow morning, and this will kick up a fun small E/NE swell for Eastern Tasmania. More in the Forecaster Notes.
Large swell over the weekend, easing off into next week with workable winds.
Plenty of swell on the way though initially onshore.
Not the best week and much better from the weekend with a good run of E/SE swell.
Not the best period with windows of OK waves if you're savvy but generally average.
Fun waves across the south swell magnets to pick from, with a downgrade in the N/NE swell.