Jun 30 2008

Tiny…

Published by at 11:32 am under Surf reports

0720: little ones dribble in on Monday morning.

Hello Friends,

Another lovely morning in Sydney. Clear skies, winter chill to the air, all that good stuff. One ingredient has gone missing however. Yes, as expected, the swell has just about completely faded away.

The swell at sea is now coming more from the SE, but average height is only about a metre and the period as around about 9 seconds.

There could be a few sets about the place though, because the MHL buoy is still showing some 13-14sec groundswell. This could translate into the odd chest high set at exposed places.

Outlook for the next couple days is still for lots of W-NW wind. It should be 20-30 kts by lunchtime, build a bit in the afternoon and then stay that way overnight and into Tuesday (when it may even pick up a little more).

There’s a bit of excitement on the forums about the swell prospects for next weekend, and looking at the models, I can see why. If possible I’ll pull together another look ahead for you later in the day. In the meantime, I’ve put up another little video of a few fun, offshore waves at Long Reef last Thursday. You’ll find it in the usual spot on realsurf.tv.

Go well with your day!

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