Jun 19 2008

We have more waves

Published by at 8:43 am under Surf reports

Nice little a-frame at DY

Hello Friends,

How good is this? Another day of waves opens ahead of us. Yes, it’s smaller again, but there are still sets into the shoulder high range at Dee Why. A reasonable size crowd is out enjoying it too, but I reckon jagging the odd wave wouldn’t be too difficult. The difference between this time yesterday and now is that it’s maybe 0.5 of a metre smaller on average. It’s also around to the east and Huey has nudged the period setting down to 9 sec.

As the day gets started, the wind is not yet a factor.  It’s not set to get up to much either. The current call is for it to wander from the NW around to the SW but not really get much above the 13kt mark on gusts this arvo.

The Bureau has confirmed what the models were showing a few days ago, namely that it’s likely we’ll have another low spinning up just in time for the weekend. It’s not set to be as impressive as last weekend, but it looks as though it should deliver 3-4 metres of 9 sec south swell – and 20-25 kts of SSW wind.

Are we smiling?

Have yourself a top old day and get a few waves if you can.

(D’you tweet? I’m just getting into it as mrRealSurf)

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