Tues and Wed will be a write-off except for the most sheltered winter Bays as a monster storm slams into WA
Very active Indian Ocean storm track continues with fronts and deep lows forming near Heard Island before being steered NE towards WA as decaying fronts. That's seeing multiple large swell events over the f/cast period.
That front is tied to another deep low, driving a large area of seas between 20-30ft towards WA. Proximity equals size with another extended period of large to XL wave heights expected to build in Fri
Poor tomorrow but we should see lighter winds in Mandurah and Perth on Sunday with a new, building XL groundswell. A secondary XL swell is due next week, as winds ease and swing more offshore.
There is tons of swell inbound for the state but the South West will battle with onshore winds.
Tomorrow will be the cleanest before we see a series of strengthening lows and cold fronts pushing up into us, bringing XL swell next week with workable winds.
A fun weekend of waves with cleaner conditions and easing surf across the state. Early next week is hit and miss before onshore winds return Wednesday onwards.
Increasing onshore winds and with strength along with a large swell. Cleaning up as it eases on the weekend.
Lots to choose from this period with varying winds and swell pulses.
Building wind and surf on the weekend, largest Sunday afternoon but improving quickly while easing Monday.