So, we’ve got a lot of swell and wind lining up on the weekend charts and graphs. But, the surf outlook it’s not quite as straightforward - or as good - as you might otherwise think. More in the Forecaster Notes.
Today will be spent periodically checking the buoys for leading edge signs of an approaching groundswell that delivered clean 10ft+ sets across the Margaret River coast yesterday. More in the Forecaster Notes.
During Wednesday, the regional wave buoys will pick up the leading edge of a long range groundswell, generated over the last few days from an unusually stationary sequence of lows out near Heard Island. More in the Forecaster Notes.
Strong to gale force winds are expected across exposed coasts for much of the weekend. More in the Forecaster Notes.
There’s been a small downgrade for the weekend’s swell. But, it’s still looking to be very large and quite windy. More in the Forecaster Notes.
This low will undergo several stages at storm force strength, and is therefore shaping up to deliver a couple of days of very large waves across the Victorian coast. More in the Forecaster Notes.
Summery windswell for the weekend and windows of workable waves for the keen. More activity from mid-next week.
Poor winds and average swells persist until at least mid-next week. For the keen there are a couple of windows to get a surf in.
Plenty of swell this week but a strong high will spoil conditions. Improving from the weekend but swell wise?
A new mix of swells and varying winds from all directions on the weekend, then fun swells next week, but winds will be an issue.