Lots of options for a surf this weekend with plenty of W/SW swell and decent winds.
Much better and more reliable levels of more consistent swell this weekend with favourable winds until Sunday afternoon.
A few fun warm-up waves tomorrow ahead of some better swell energy into Friday afternoon and Saturday, cleanest in protected spots.
A period of favourable winds and swells for the exposed beaches developing over the weekend.
There's nothing major on the cards for the Surf Coast while the beaches to the east should have waves with flukey west swells.
Easing surf with no considerable swells for the coming week most of next week.
Good waves tomorrow out of the wind, with larger stormy surf developing Sunday.
Windy, cold and wet weather prevails with OK options for keen surfers in protected spots.
A slow moving node of the Long Wave Trough will direct persistent, strengthening polar fronts through our swell window bringing lots of swell but less than ideal winds.
Following our first cold outbreak of the season last weekend and earlier this week, we've got another progression of cold fronts and polar air due to make its way up and across us through next week under the influence of a strong node of the Long Wave Trough. This node will be slow moving, taking its time to cross the Tasman Sea and then across New Zealand next weekend.