Mix of easing and reinforcing W/SW groundswells tomorrow, cleanest on the Surf Coast, easing into Friday. A better window of clean conditions early Friday to the east. Large and stormy Saturday and then cleaner and great on the Surf Coast Sunday morning.
Building W/SW swell tomorrow with a stronger pulse Wednesday morning, easing into the end of the week. Favourable winds for protected spots on the Surf Coast.
Local winds will dictate this weekend’s waves.
Looks like some good waves ahead for Victorian surfers.
What I like most about this swell event is that the system responsible for it weakens only slowly through its passage under the continent, which means the backside of the peak - on Friday - will ease only slowly in size.
Onshore winds with a building mix of swells tomorrow, easing Sunday and remaining onshore. Cleaner and smaller Monday morning, with a good new swell later in the day, easing Tuesday. Strong W/SW groundswell later week but with average winds.
Easing W/SW groundswell tomorrow with good winds for beaches on both coasts, smaller Friday with an early offshore for the Surf Coast. Onshore winds all weekend with some new swell, workable Sunday. Fun swells all next week with favourable winds.
Building and strengthening mid-period W/SW swell tomorrow with westerly winds, large W/SW groundswell peaking Wednesday with favourable winds for the Surf Coast. Easing Thursday under northerly offshores, average weekend.
I’m really impressed with the way the models are tracking this system through the Southern Ocean - it reaches maturity in an ideal part of the swell window (south of WA) but also has most of its initial stages at a reasonably low latitude (50S or lower) which means it’ll spend a lot of time within our swell window.
Easing SW swell over the coming days with S/SE winds tomorrow and a N/NE'ly on Friday. Slow and small Saturday with a freshening N'ly and then similar Sunday ahead of an onshore change. Better swell mid-next week.