Nov 26 2007

Another grey, gloomy start

Published by at 6:45 am under Surf reports

Hello Friends,

After yesterday’s lovely weather, we’re back to gloom along the Sydney coast. There’s not much wind about  and the Bureau says it’ll only get up into the 10-15 kt range from the ESE. It’s due to clear up in the middle part of the day before the clouds and occasional showers return for this evening.

Surf situation is looking grim at Dee Why. Couldn’t see anyone in the water and I’d say that has a fair amount to do with the combination of gloom and very weak, slow moving knee to waist high dribble. The main energy is coming from the east along our stretch of coast. Average size at sea is around a metre at 8 seconds. Not a recipe for useful energy levels anywhere I would’ve thought.

From the look of the charts, we’re in for more of these marginal conditions across the next 4 days or so all along the east coast. Toward the end of the week at least one of the models thinks we might get a little junky SE windswell. But between now and then, well, let’s just say I hope to be proven wrong.

Have yourself a top old day!

gloomy and tiny at Dee Why - again

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