Oct 10 2007

ten-ten and zippo

Published by at 9:54 am under Surf reports

Ordinary looking, to say the least

Hello Friends,

Hope you’re doing well on what is a fine and sunny morning in Sydney. There’s a light easterly along the beaches, so the surface conditions are unlikely to be terribly appetising anywhere in Sydney at the moment. Of course the fact that we’re looking at a metre of 7 second east windswell means that such considerations are pretty much beside the point for surfers. The Bureau says we can expect the wind to move around to the NE and to get up to 20-25 kts.

The only hope for an improvement, and it would be only a slight one, is that we may see another second added to the period setting before nightfall. This dreary situation still looks like lasting until around Saturday when the models are still showing some potential for a south pulse to develop. At this stage it looks as though the main energy could hit north and south of the Sydney region. Size on the models is still in the 2-3 metre range, but the forecast swell period is a less than spectacular 8 seconds.

Go well with your day!

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