Easing swell with good winds tomorrow, best east of Melbourne, with onshores from Wednesday through Friday. Cleaner into the weekend with easing amounts of swell.
Early variable winds and similar swell tomorrow, with a good new pulse of W/SW groundswell Sunday with light to moderate S/SE winds. Cleaner into next week as the swell eases. Plenty of swell from Thursday but onshore.
Fun new swell with N'ly winds tomorrow, similar Friday and Saturday with early light winds. Good new W/SW swell for Sunday but with increasing onshore winds, cleaner Monday.
Dicey tomorrow with an easing swell and lingering onshore winds, fun at swell magnets Wednesday with offshores. New swell for Thursday with N'ly winds, lighter winds Friday.
Fun levels of swell with variable winds each morning over the weekends, change moving through Monday morning, but improving again from Wednesday, best east of Melbourne.
Plenty of swell but with SE-E/SE winds tomorrow, lighter and more variable and fun Friday morning. The weekend looks fun but winds are a touch dicey, check back Friday for more confidence on the local winds.
Building W/SW swell with favourable winds most of tomorrow, onshore Wednesday and then improving slowly for locations east of Melbourne from Thursday.
Most of these winds are aimed away from the Surf Coast, but the sheer strength will override the directional deficiencies and should allow for a healthy spread back into Bass Strait.
No major change to the forecast notes issued Monday. The swell period charts are still showing two swell fronts for the coming days; one through this afternoon and another early Friday.
The forecast for this week is still pretty complex even though there are no major weather systems expected to develop within our primary swell windows.