Feb 28 2008

Here we are on the 28th of Feb 08

Published by at 6:55 am under Surf reports

 little DY but not flat

Hello Friends,

Light south winds inshore this morning meant glassy surface conditions at the protected spots. However, the call from the Bureau is for the breeze to pick up and get into the 25-33 kt range by this afternoon. Swell is out of the south at 2 metres. Average period is an okay 9 seconds with some peaks into the 12 sec range. Wind is due to stay southerly over the next four days, so that should see the swell gradually push up into the 3 metre plus range at sea. That ought to keep the protected corners interesting.

If you’re up north this weekend, it looks as though another bout of sizeable but stormy conditions are likely to settle in and last into the new week. Yours truly will be making the trek north to those fair lands on Sunday. The plan is to spend the week in Noosa, covering by all manner of means the many doings at the Noosa Festival of Surfing. I’ll  be taking along my cameras and interviewer’s mic with the goal of hunting down a few interesting tidbits for RealSurfers. Should be fun – particularly if the forecast comes true and we see the 3-4 metre swell at sea some of the long range models are currently projecting.

Go well with your day!

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