Nov 02 2007

Published by at 7:19 am under Surf reports

Hello Friends,

Almost luminously grey skies this morning in Sydney as we wait for the rain. Again, it’s not quite flat. If you’re keen, there should be something in the waist high range at the place you found waves yesterday. The windswell isn’t pushing along with much energy. At an average of around 8 seconds from the east with an average size of about a metre, there is enough around to make a look at your favourite east swell option worth doing. From the look of the MHL  data, things are smaller south of Sydney and then about the aforementioned size on up to the border.

T he outlook is sufficiently complex for the Bureau to be hedging its bets about early next week. ” On Sunday a low pressure system may form off the far south coast. Its development is uncertain at this stage, so that there could be considerable variation to the forecast winds for Sunday/Monday, depending on the position of this Low. At this stage the development of strong southerlies at some stage on Sunday on the southern half of the coast seems likely. Rain periods and thunderstorms are expected for much of the period. ”

At least a couple models are showing two or three days of south to south east swell into the 2-3 metre range – but with a fair amount of wind southerly wind.

Still, however it plays out, it’s good to see Huey stirring again…

Go well with your day! 2aug07dyp.jpg

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