A great day of waves for the beaches tomorrow with windows early-mid next week across both regions before entering an average period.
The coming period is fairly average wind wise, but there is one day to focus on.
Winds will generally favour the beaches over the coming period with fun pulses of moderate sized + swells.
It’s gonna take quite a bit of effort to clean up conditions from today’s blow.
With no new groundswell expected for the next few days, it’ll be slim pickings across all coasts. But next week has some good surf ahead.
There's not much to look forward to this week.
Sunday’s developing low east of Tasmania looks quite interesting, as it’ll remain slow moving, which will keep onshore winds across Victorian beaches through Monday.
There’s not a lot of juice left in the tank.
Easing swells are expected from Tuesday onwards, but the main issue we have for the short term - at least, west of Melbourne - is a developing south-easterly airstream on Tuesday that’ll veer gusty easterly into Wednesday.
A mid-latitude low is moving in from the west and will keep conditions favourable for longer today on the Surf Coast. There's also an improvement for the weekend.