The swell potential from a strengthening mid-latitude low currently under WA is much better, with fun waves due through the period before slowing down.
Today's large, building groundswell will ease steadily over the coming days as winds provide options across most locations at stages. Another less favourable low is due to form on the weekend.
A deep, powerful low will develop in our swell window this period, generating a large, significant swell.
The weekend is looking better with a window of clean conditions before winds go onshore and with strength. Next week is mixed but with plenty of opportunities for a surf.
We've got a large W/SW groundswell on the way but winds are an issue, limiting surfing options and quality across the state from the peak to tail of the event.
We've got a fun day for the beaches ahead of a large, strong W/SW groundswell event later week. Winds won't play ball as well though, but there'll be a few quality options for experienced boardriders.
The current swell will fade through the weekend, with fun, workable options for the beaches both days. It won't be pumping but favourable. A couple of good, new swell sources on the cards for next week.
A strong westerly swell has been created and is on its way, with winds opening up plenty of opportunities as it builds. We'll see varying conditions and winds as the swell slowly eases.
Varying winds and swells this week, but we've got an upgrade in the expected swell late week with a 'bombing low' due to generate a good, prolonged W/SW groundswell event.
A mixed weekend with one standout day and then slow through most of next week though there'll be surfing windows. Possible swell later week.