Jun 30 2007

Still a few left…

Published by at 7:39 am under Surf reports

Nice looking at Dee Why beach this morning.

Hello Friends,

Energy levels have definitely gone down, but it’s not flat, so there should be some fun performance surf for the Snowy McAlister contest at Manly. My guess is they’ll be up the north end of the beach though, because the swell is south at around 9-10 seconds and 2-3 metres at sea.

Dee Why, like everywhere else, is distinctly smaller this morning. Only a few bods in the water at the point when I looked at around 0700. There’s more activity up the beach where it’s more exposed to the primary swell direction. It’s ranging from waist to chest high for the most part, but there are a few sneaker sets around the place, so it’s not beyond the realms of the possible that you could find yourself dropping into something around the head high mark.

Wind as I write this is WNW at around 5-10 kts, but the Bureau says this will push up to 20-30 kts out of the SW as the day goes along.

Outlook is for the swell energy to gradually decline through Sunday but with luck to not go quite flat. At least one of the models is showing a brief east pulse on Monday, but right now it doesn’t look like being too spectacular. However, Tuesday through Thursday are looking pretty ordinary. Could be the first flat spell we’ve had in a month.

Enjoy your day and go well!

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