Jun 24 2007

Sunday Surf Day

Published by at 9:33 am under Surf reports

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Hello Friends,

Do we still have swell? Yes! Are the bombs as bomby as yesterday arvo? Nup, well, not at Dee Why point anyway. Quite a Sunday morning crew out there getting amongst it, but the head high plus sets were few and far between when I checked. As Hendo’s already noted, the period is 12-15 sec and the swell is out of the SSE at 2-4 metres.

For maximum size sets, you’ll want to get out there this morning because the forecasts are predicting a steady decrease over the next couple days. But, if they’re to be believed, after a couple of recovery days on Tues and Weds, there could be another good size south pulse arriving around Thurs.

Here’s the Bureau’s call…
“There are increasing indications that another strong low will develop in the western Tasman Sea around the middle of this week and it is important to monitor the forecasts this week in relation to this low as they are likely to change, especially across the southern half of the coast, as the evolution of the low become more apparent.”

I added to my video backlog yesterday afternoon by swimming out to the point. Some good size sets were coming through, so I’m hoping there will be a few keepers in that lot… just a little something for you to look forward to!

Go well with your day!

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