Make the most of the easing east swell
Eastern Tasmania Surf Forecast by Craig Brokensha (issued Wednesday 11th September)
Best Days: Tomorrow morning
Fun easing mix of swells from 2-3ft yesterday morning, while today a mix of inconsistent S'ly groundswell and afternoon building E'ly swell is showing on the coast.
This week and weekend (Sep 12 - 15)
This afternoon's increase in E'ly swell should hopefully hit 3ft, easing back tomorrow from the 2-3ft range across open beaches, flat Friday.
Winds tomorrow will be offshore in the morning from the NW, tending W/NW ahead of a late SE change.
This change will be linked to a front clipping the corner of the state, bringing no real increase in swell Friday (1-2ft S'ly windswell).
A similar front is then expected Friday evening, with a similar weak 1-2ft of S'ly windswell Saturday, with better swell prospects into next week.
A strong and slow moving polar low is forecast to form south-west of the state on the weekend, projecting a fetch of W/SW gales through our southern swell window, producing a small S'ly groundswell for Monday and better sized swell Tuesday.
Monday looks minimal and only to 2ft across south magnets, with Tuesday seeing better 3-5ft sets with offshore winds.
Following this we may see a N/NE windswell event later in the week, but more on this Friday.