Stronger fronts push up into the Tasman from later Wed, bringing a SW flow and bigger S swell as we head to the end of the week.
Further south the NE swell is now on the wane, with some surfable leftovers on offer over the weekend.
NE swell from the bottom end of the fetch is now looking a bit weaker and less persistent for East Coast Tasmania.
A large high is now moving into the Tasman Sea and strengthening- that will be the main synoptic feature this week- setting up a deep ridge and a strong E’ly pattern through the Tasman Sea.
Solid surf from the NE then holds through next weekend as a large fetch of E/NE to NE winds extends through the Tasman Sea.
Swells from all angles as a low pushes west then east across us over the coming days.
E/NE tradewind swell will trickle up in height through tomorrow with a few 2ft sets on offer through the a’noon and clean conditions under a NW flow.
There's nothing major on the cards this week with a small swells to pick at.
Those Tradewinds will be too far north for Tas at least in the short term but increasing NE winds off the NSW South Coast will see surf peak around 2-3ft+ through Thurs.
A mix of flukey and not overly reliable swell sources, best from the north-east.