Apr 06 2008

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Published by at 7:21 am under Surf reports

Standup guy winkles out a ripple at the point as the cockies arc over Dee Why

Hello Friends,

Hope you got into it yesterday and Friday because this morning in Sydney is not looking too flash. Overnight, the average period has dropped back another second or so and it is now about a metre at 9 seconds from the SSE. Outlook is for light WSW winds this morning, gradually becoming 10-15kts from the ESE this arvo. Dee Why isn’t too interesting looking for surfing this morning. There were a few bods in the water, but the size wasn’t much better than waist high on the biggest ones. And from the appearance of the buoy data, it’s not going to be any better this later on.

In fact, I reckon tomorrow could be close to unsurfably flat even at south facing stretches. There seems to be some hope for a little increase for Tuesday and Wednesday, but at this stage, I’d be surprised if it was even as big as Friday. However, we could get lucky because the models are saying the swell will be coming from the SE. However, don’t expect sunny, offshores. The Bureau says that once the SE’r starts picking up this afternoon, that’s it for the next three days – at least.

Have yourself a great Sunday!

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