Weak S'ly swells and not the best winds
Eastern Tasmania Surf Forecast by Craig Brokensha (issued Monday 17th June)
Best Days: No great days, for the really desperate try Wednesday morning
Flat Saturday but a fun pulse of S'ly groundswell was seen yesterday across the regional south swell magnets, fading into today.
This week and weekend (Jun 18 - 23)
The coming period isn't too flash with only a couple of weak S'ly swells on the cards from weak fronts pushing up past our coast.
The strongest is due Wednesday with a fetch of strong S/SW winds due to be projected up past us Tuesday evening, producing a small and weak 2-3ft of S'ly swell for the morning, fading through the day.
Winds won't be great either, mostly out of the SW and tending S/SW as the swell eases.
A secondary similar strength front will project up past us Thursday evening and early Friday generating a similar 2ft+ of S'ly swell for Friday but with average S/SW winds. The swell may linger into Saturday but conditions will remain poor with a S'ly wind.
Unfortunately there's nothing of real significance following this until early next week when we may see a good S'ly groundswell forming from a significant polar frontal progression firing up south of us. We'll have a closer look at this on Wednesday though.