For the most part you’ll be surfing Friday's leftover groundswell over the weekend.
We’re still in the midst of a particularly active autumnal Southern Ocean pattern, and gale warnings are out for the coast on Thursday.
We’ve got a really good, consistent pattern of active Southern Ocean fronts at the moment.
Smaller swells for the weekend but good conditions, with a long-range and inconsistent W/SW groundswell building Monday, ahead of a larger short-range W/SW swell Tuesday.
A strong mix of swells tomorrow, largest into the afternoon/evening, easing slowly Friday with some fun reinforcing pulses for Saturday. Winds from the north-western quadrant favouring locations west of Melbourne
Stormy increase in swell tomorrow afternoon with poor winds, clean with back to back to back pulses from Wednesday, continuing most of next week.
Building W/SW swell tomorrow with local morning offshore winds, swell easing Sunday with NE tending E/NE winds. Fading surf with N'ly winds Monday and then stormy swells for next week.
Large clean easing surf tomorrow, further Friday. New W/SW swell building Saturday afternoon, easing Sunday with N/NE winds.
Slow start to tomorrow ahead of a clean building W/SW swell on the Surf Coast ahead of a very large and powerful groundswell Wednesday with offshore winds. Slow easing trend into the end of the week as winds remain favourable.
Tiny leftovers tomorrow with N'ly winds, with new W/SW swell pulses for Sunday and Monday (cleanest on the Surf Coast). Building mid-period W/SW swell Tuesday ahead of a large powerful long-period groundswell Wednesday under NW winds.