Jul 04 2007

Flat at Dee Why

Published by at 8:22 am under Surf reports


Hello Friends,

Very mild this morning with a stiff NW’ly pushing all the energy toward New Zealand. Sydney is experiencing one of those classic winter flat spells. Out at sea, the windswell is idling along at around 8 seconds at an average height of less than a metre. To the extent that it matters, the little windswell lapping along the rocks is out of the SSE.

The models show the main surf generating energy zones sending the juice away from the SE of Australia for at least a couple more days. Might be okay over at Raglan in a day or so. But for Sydneysiders I don’t see any substantial hope for a surfable wave until Friday, and even then, it’s not looking amazing. The longer term models are showing some hopes for late this weekend or early next week, but at this stage I’m not blocking out the diary.

I’m kinda into magazine mode again, so I haven’t had a chance to do any more video editing. But the good thing is that there are a couple pretty reasonable days still in the to-do hopper for you. And of course, I still have the rest of Magic Monday to do…

BTW, if any of you have some 3-5 minute tunes I could use in future vids, drop me a line.

Go well with your day!

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