The coming period isn't great with troughy weather and onshore winds due to wreck a couple of great swells.
Favourable winds and fun levels of swell are worth making the most of. Mid-late next week looks larger but with poor winds.
The coming period is OK but nothing flash with windows of decent surf across the state.
Troughy weather will bring tricky and varying winds with small surf over the coming days, better later week.
Overall, there’s no major change to the weekend outlook, with easing swell from today expected to merge with two small new swells from distant sources.
There'll be two additional swells in the water though I don't think they'll contribute much size to the region.
We’ve got another active week of surf ahead, with the Southern Ocean still quite busy with a powerful frontal conveyor belt pushing under the continent.
We've had another further uptick in size potential for the weekend, though I am trying to keep my expectations in check due to the dominant westerly swell direction.
There’s been a slight improvement in the weekend outlook.
The swell charts look active for the weekend but I fear the dominant westerly swell direction will have an ongoing negative impact at those coasts best suited to the accompanying NW airstream on Saturday.