Sep 20 2007

At least it’s not totally flat

Published by at 8:18 am under Surf reports


Dull skies, but not much wind to begin with and, importantly, a little wave energy still on offer. Dee Why is comparatively glassy as this is being written, but the Bureau says this will all change soon as Huey moves the furniture around ahead of a strong south west change. The call is for 30-40 kts of S/SW wind.

Windswell off Sydney is averaging around a metre at 7 seconds from the NNE (hmmm). And it looks as though that’s pretty much the story from Eden to Tweed Heads.

Yesterday the long range models were looking good for Friday and again on Sunday, but in the last 24 hours, the supercomputers have had another think and are scaling back the call on both counts. They’re still showing a small pulse tomorrow in Sydney (2-3 metres but only around 8 seconds from the south), then dropping back Saturday ahead of a new pulse of similar dimensions Sunday morning. Wind is set to be a factor tomorrow morning, but it’s due to fade a little before going SE in the arvo. Gentleman’s hours anyone?

Enough blather from me. Go well with your day and may everything fall into place!

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