Mar 26 2008

We’re small, real small

Published by at 7:18 am under Surf reports


Hello Friends,

It’s just about, but not quite flat along the Dee Why stretch this morning.  There were a few folks in the water on mals and standup paddleboards having a cut at the glassy one-footers. But I doubt they’d be ranking this in their top 100 sessions for the year.

Still looking pretty uninspiring for the next day or so.  At the moment the mainly east 8sec windswell is averaging a little under a metre off the coast of Sydney. The Bureau says winds will be WNW in the morning and then become light and variable in the afternoon ahead of a late SW change. Tomorrow we’re in for SW in the morning, but it’ll swing SE in the afternoon. That could possibly push the swell up a little by Friday, but the models aren’t overly hopeful about the size. With luck, we’ll have a few chest to head high sets at south facing spots.

Another good day for catching up on the non-surfing dimensions of your life if you’re on the east coast.

Go well!

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