Very slow going with no significant swells

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Craig Brokensha (Craig)

Eastern Tasmania Forecast by Craig Brokensha (issued Wednesday 23rd July)

Best Days: No good days


A mix of easing S/SE swell and new E'ly swell offered good 2ft+ waves across the coast yesterday, but both of these have faded into this morning leaving tiny 1-1.5ft leftovers.

This week onwards (Jul 24 onwards)

There's nothing major due across the coast at all now with todays mix of swells expected to be non-existent tomorrow. We may see a small S'ly groundswell pulse to 1-2ft at south facing beaches tomorrow afternoon but winds will be from the NE.

A tiny NE tending E/NE swell has been downgraded with weak mid-latitude low moving into the Southern Tasman Sea not expected to reach any real strength through Friday and Saturday. Instead a tiny 1ft+ of NE swell is due Friday afternoon before fading through Saturday.

Besides tiny and insignificant levels of SE groundswell there's nothing major on the cards at all for the longer term, but check back here on Friday for any change to the situation.