Nothing too amazing over the coming period with tricky winds when the best swell pulses arrive. You'll have to think outside the box.
A high pressure system to the south of the state and a deepening trough well east of WA will maintain moderate to fresh E’ly winds across the region.
The broad scale forecast trend is relatively straightforward, as we have one significant swell event due Thursday, and then a steady easing trend for three days thanks to a blocking pattern.
This morning’s new swell is really the centrepiece for the weekend.
Our new swell for Saturday is still looking very solid. And, a relaxing pressure gradient should allow for a period of slack winds early morning.
There’s a lot to unpack this week so let’s split up the forecast into two parameters - winds, and then swell.
Varying pulses of large surf over the coming period but cleanest over the coming days before deteriorating through Wednesday.
Lots of swell inbound with varying winds, best Sunday/Monday before deteriorating mid-late next week.
Good swells pulses with light winds until later week, with a large, significant SW groundswell for Sunday but with dicey winds at this stage. Lots of swell but onshore winds to follow.
Light winds and fun swells for the coming period before going onshore late next week/weekend.