Jun 17 2008

Dropped but not flat

Published by at 8:14 am under Surf reports

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Hello Friends,

All running pretty much to expectation where swell in Sydney is concerned. We’re back to a more typical 2 metres of 8sec SE swell as the low fades away. It’s much the same up and down the coast too, although folks up along the mid-north coast are seeing maybe another metre in average size.

Dee Why, as my shot from this morning shows, has dropped down into the marginal waist high range at Dee Why.  Wind is currently light from the WSW along the northern beaches and according to the Bureau, more around to the south in the eastern suburbs. It’s supposed to blow harder this morning (20-25kts S-SW) but then slack off in the afternoon a bit.

Outlook for the next couple days is for the swell to swing east but to not quite fade away, and then, as the Bureau notes:

Another low pressure trough is expected to form in the western Tasman Sea on Friday and be a factor leading into next weekend.

So, another south pulse in our future it would seem…

Hope you’re off to another great day! Go well.

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