Taking time away from wrestling with code, I climbed up into the crow’s nest to grab another shot of the point for you. Looks pretty ordinary one would have to say. The big feature is the wind which, as I write this, is belting along at around 20 kts from the SSE. A short period (as in 6 seconds) SE windswell is being pushed up, but while it may be averaging around 2 metres out at sea from the south, inshore at the likes of the point, you’d be doing well to find anything with a face bigger than about a metre.
Still, the indications are that this could be the start of a size increase. Saturday should be interesting… dig the following WAM: