Mar 02 2008

Drippy dawn, rain to go, surf to continue

Published by at 6:04 am under Surf reports

Hello Friends,

Drippy and cold at dawn along the northern beaches. Rain is due to go away during the morning and the current light SW breeze is set to swing to the SE and  get up into the 15-20 kt range. Should be an excellent day to find an hour or two to spend picking up any rubbish you can spot along your favourite beach. Have a look at my report yesterday for full details, but one lucky collector should find themselves with a free pair of tix to the Jack Johnson show week after next.

Back to the swell situation… we still have much the same as yesterday, namely a couple metres of 9 sec period straight south swell. This is producing the occasional waist to chest high thing at Dee Why, so I’d be thinking it’d be just as interesting at other south magnets. Plus, there should still be a few bombs into the solidly overhead range – particularly at the aforesaid magnets.

Okay, gotta jam as the plan is for RealSurf to roll north toward  the border as we head to the Noosa Festival of Surfing wherefrom we shall be reporting and commenting etc all next week. I’m liking the look of Tuesday…

Go well and grab some rubbish off a beach you love!

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