Feb 09 2008

Published by at 6:30 am under Surf reports

 south narrabeen 9 Feb 08

Hello Friends,

Pretty ordinary sort of morning. Steady supply of rain and declining swell. There are still a few waves to be found (if you don’t mind the water quality) at places that favour the SE direction of the windswell. The numbers on the MHL buoy look good (2 metres at 10s from the SSE), but the size seems to be mostly in the chest high or smaller range – and it seems to be pretty inconsistent. One factor at the start of the day is the very high tide, so perhaps as we get toward lunch time, things might possibly improve – if the swell doesn’t fade too quickly.

Outlook for the rest of the day is so-so. From the way the other buoys look down the coast from here and from the forecast models, it would seem that we’re gradually heading for smaller conditions by late Monday.  Tuesday looks like being flat and Weds too, then the models show a little short period south pulse.

Have yourself a great day!

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