Jun 02 2008

Monday looking quiet

Published by at 7:54 am under Surf reports

Looking very small...

Hello Friends,

Very small, to flat down Dee Why way. And I’m willing to guess there is nothing unique about the situation where most of southern NSW is concerned. The Bureau says we can expect an ESE swell of 1.5 metres and winds ranging from light this morning to 15-20 kts ENE at times later in the day. Tomorrow it looks as though the wind will pick up into the 20-30 kt range from the eastern quarters, and if anything get stronger again Wednesday.

Here’s the Monday morning marine forecast from the Bureau:

A trough along the northern coast is expected to develop into a low later Tuesday and move southwards. Strong winds about the Far North coast should increase to gale force later Monday before gradually moving southwards with the low, accompanied by heavy rainfalls.

So, it looks like we’ll get a ramping up in the size toward mid-week, but it’ll be pretty stormy with it, so any surfing will be happening in north corners. At least we’re looking at a change from the flatness.

Have yourself a top old day and go well!

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